2 Oct 2012

Manu Korihi News for 2 October 2012

From Checkpoint, 5:49 pm on 2 October 2012

One of the country's largest tertiary institutions has refused to accept a council member nominated by the Maori King Tuheitia; The Associate Health Minster, Tariana Turia, says Maori health organisations can now register their interest in Te Kakano, which is a seeding innovation fund that has improved child health outcomes as a key priority; More than two thousand nine hundred Auckland University graduates were honoured today at four ceremonies held in the Aotea Centre's ASB theatre; A Moriori leader on the Chatham Islands says she has a lot of faith in the Government to move their customary claims forward.