14 May 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 14 May 2013

From Morning Report, 6:27 am on 14 May 2013

A group of claimants in Waikato are in talks with Government officials over the return of tribal land owned by the now partially privatised energy generator Mighty River Power; The Maori Affairs Select Committee says it wants to recruit Claudette Hauiti, who is likely to be the newest National MP once the under pressure politician Aaron Gilmore steps down; A pioneer of the broadcasting of Maori funerals over the internet says webcasting of tangihanga must be guided by individual whanau, and may not be something all Maori are comfortable with; An Aboriginal radio station in Sydney says the Maori people in the community are very supportive of indigenous Australians who have a way of connecting with them in a way other people can't.