20 Mar 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 20 March 2013

From Checkpoint, 6:47 pm on 20 March 2013

The head of Maori studies at Auckland University, Margaret Mutu, says racism against Maori needs to be acknowledged; The Maori Women's Welfare League wants to raise its profile by telling communities exactly what it does; In an unusal move, the whanau of a road worker - shot and killed near Taupo - has released a statement both in English and Maori; Charles F. Goldie, famous for his depiction of Maori chiefs and society, is to have one of his rare works auctioned next week, causing great excitment among art collectors.