26 Apr 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 April 2013

From Checkpoint, 6:52 pm on 26 April 2013

Te Arawa Lakes Trust is supporting a group that includes three local hapu in opposing a new expressway in Rotorua - saying it will go directly to government Ministers; A Bay of Plenty tribe has singled out three iwi - accusing them of failing to comply with a law to divide up Kaingaroa Forest; Ngai Tahu elders hope that a youth hikoi to Kaikoura and Marlborough this weekend will inspire rangatahi to engage more in tribal activities and make them think about taking a leadership role in the future; A Ngapuhi business lecturer in Australia says most Maori migrants embrace Aboriginal culture and are always keen to work with them and advocate for them to advance their causes.