20 Apr 2012

Te Manu Korihi News for 20 April 2012

From Checkpoint, 5:50 pm on 20 April 2012

The body that keeps the legal profession in line has found there's enough evidence for a case to be taken against the Treaty claims lawyer Donna Hall, over allegations of a conflict of interest; Two Maori land trusts that are part of the Crafar Farms Purchase group feel they still have a strong case to stop the Government from selling the 16 Crafar Farms to the Chinese consortium, Shanghai Pengxin; A Tuhoe leader, Tamati Kruger, says there are problems with the Terrorism Suppression Act that need to be fixed; A Ngati Koata high school drop-out who went on to become a molecular biologist in Europe has arrived back in New Zealand to pick up his PhD.