2 May 2012

Manu Korihi News for 2 May 2012

From Morning Report, 8:48 am on 2 May 2012

The Government has set up a reference group to advise Ministers on how to increase the number of high quality Te Reo Maori speaking teachers; Meanwhile the Whangarei based Ngati Hine Health Trust, wants to see more people who are qualified in New Zealand Sign Language, as well as being speakers of Te Reo Maori and English; Organisers of Waikato University's fourth annual Kingitanga Day, say this year's event includes a symposium on the status, place and relevance of the Treaty of Waitangi in a constitution for Aotearoa; The Restaurant Association of New Zealand has just extended its apprenticeships schemes in the North Island, giving more young people including rangatahi Maori, entry into the hospitality industry.