26 Mar 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 March 2013

From Morning Report, 6:27 am on 26 March 2013

A Maori health provider in Gisborne says it will do all it can to help its caregivers into new jobs - when it finishes its home-support in a few months; A claimant who's pulled away from the main Tuhoe negotiating group says it's been left out of Treaty settlement talks; In response to the criticism, a Ngai Tuhoe leader says ongoing efforts have been made to reconcile with tribal groups unhappy with the tribe's Deed of Settlement; Indigenous leaders in Latin America are keen to glean from the Maori experience of how tangata whenua in Aotearoa are part of the important decisions made in the New Zealand parliament; The Chilean Government is keen to strengthen the relationship between its indigenous Mapuche people and Maori - especially in the tourism sector.