Te Manu Korihi News for 17 July 2014
Police leadership is getting a shake-up, with plans to appoint a dozen new Maori inspectors. The senior officers will work alongside district commanders to ensure they meet targets to cut prosecution rates for Maori. Members of a Palmerston North tribe are demanding to see the results of how people voted over the setting up of a body that would handle an urban authority's Treaty settlement. A Maori development academic says New Zealand has entered an extraordinary time with more and more politicians campaigning about Te Reo Rangatira. An upcoming hui for Te Tai Tokerau iwi chairs hopes to explore, which Marae in their rohe could be used as civil defence hubs in the future.