29 Jul 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 29 July 2013

From Checkpoint, 5:49 pm on 29 July 2013

Labour's Maori Affairs spokesperson says the Electoral Commission should use more social media to target young people in the next Maori Electoral Option; An East Coast farmer says the Gisborne economy is likely to profit from the establishment of a new local Maori agribusiness network; The head of Maori at Auckland's Rutherford College says more should be done to encourage Maori males to become teachers; The Gisborne mayor, Meng Foon, is praising a local primary school for the way its driven its campaign to try to change the name of Poverty Bay.