15 Nov 2011

Manu Korihi News for 15 November 2011

From Morning Report, 8:45 am on 15 November 2011

An Auckland social services provider says it's extraordinarily surprised the National Party isn't committing to expanding Whanau Ora - when it's failed to fix intergenerational Maori failure; The Tauranga based kiwifruit company, Te Awanui Huka Pak, is confident the isolation of its orchards owned by iwi groups, will stand them in good stead to survive the vine killing disease PSA; The Iwi Leaders Forum hopes forming relations with American Indians will be a step towards developing a global indigenous economy; A shelter built right on top of the spot where the haka Ka Mate was composed by Ngati Toa chief, Te Rauparaha, has been named.