2 Jul 2012

Manu Korihi News for 2 July 2012

From Morning Report, 6:27 am on 2 July 2012

The country's highest-ranking Maori police officer says the police won't give up trying to reconnect with the eastern Bay of Plenty iwi of Tuhoe; A child psychiatrist says some programmes aimed at rehabilitating young Maori criminals, are not working; A west Auckland Maori authority says it's looking forward to a full court hearing into whether or not it should be stripped of a Government welfare contract; A kaumatua involved in the controversial re-branding of the redeveloped Otago Settlers Museum says he's no longer against the new name - and says the council has done a good job.