1 May 2012

Manu Korihi News for 1 May 2012

From Checkpoint, 5:47 pm on 1 May 2012

The Tokoroa based Raukawa Charitable Trust says its agreement with Waikato Regional Council over co-management of part of the Waikato river, is very significant for the iwi; An Auckland lawyer who represents several iwi on Treaty issues, says the Government will miss its goal of settling all historical Treaty claims by 2014; It's New Zealand Sign Language week and the Whangarei based Ngati Hine Health Trust, is doing all it can to empower the lives of Maori deaf people in Te Tai Tokerau, and increase their participation on marae; The organisation Just Speak launches a position paper on Maori and the Criminal Justice System, at a function in Wellington tonight.