11 Jun 2012

Manu Korihi News for 11 June 2012

From Checkpoint, 6:49 pm on 11 June 2012

A 22-year-old self-employed dairy farmer hopes his success through winning a new Maori farming award will inspire other young troubled Maori to follow their dreams; The Chairperson of Nelson's first Maori language immersion school says there's been a shift in attitude among members of the public - who now understand the school won't be exclusive; The former National MP Sandra Goudie is calling for Waikato ratepayers to oppose two Maori seats that the Regional Council is introducing at next year's election; Liquefaction from the Christchurch earthquakes may have unearthed four taonga on the banks of the Heathcote river.