20 Mar 2012

Manu Korihi News for 20 March 2012

From Checkpoint, 6:51 pm on 20 March 2012

A Ruatoki resident says following a recent armed offenders call out there - it feels like the community can always expect that when police are called - they'll be armed with guns; A Ngati Awa leader says the good relationship the iwi has with a Pakeha family that collected moa and human bones is enabling it to return the taonga back to Maori ownership; Ngati Ranginui says the majority of its people missing from its Iwi register, are young people; Maori living in Canberra are feeling a sense of pride at being able to re-host the Australian regional kapa haka festival this week to select their top performers to send to the prestigious Matatini Kapa Haka Festival in Rotorua next year.