30 Jan 2012

Manu Korihi News for 30 January 2012

From Checkpoint, 5:46 pm on 30 January 2012

The Chair of Ngāti Kahungunu hopes the Government's decision not to meet with the iwi, as part of its consultation with Māori over the partial sale of several state owned enterprises, is just an administrative oversight; Te Aupouri Māori Trust Board in the Far North, says it will be working this week to find a way to continue providing school lunches for hungry pupils; The Labour Party says it might come as a revelation to some that not all Māori are opposed to mining and oil drilling; Dozens of young Māori from all over New Zealand who've shown they have leadership potential, will know soon whether they've been selected be part of the Tuia Rangatahi programme for 2012.