9 Aug 2012

Manu Korihi News for 9 August 2012

From Morning Report, 6:27 am on 9 August 2012

A Ngati Raukawa kaumatua - highly praised for helping the tribe reach a Deed of Settlement - will be buried on Saturday; The Chinese firm poised to own 16 former Crafar farms says its door is still open to Maori groups - if they're still interested in buying some of the land; The Human Rights Commission says there's a indirect link between today being International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, and research it's doing on rangatiratanga or self determination; The Tuhoe kaumatua and activist, Tame Iti, has been teaching fellow inmates Te Reo Maori during his incarceration in Waikeria Prison; A University of Otago student Anita van der loo, of Ngai Tahu, has been awarded this year's New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants Nga Raumanako Maori Accounting Scholarship.