9 Apr 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014

From Morning Report, 6:27 am on 9 April 2014

The lawyer of the women who has had her Maori land protected by the Environment Court says it sets a precedent for Maori land to be protected; A Ngati Whatua member is adamant tribes are more than capable of protecting Te Reo Maori and encourgaing the language to thrive in homes, despite some politicians suggesting iwi aren't ready; A Tuhoe leader is paying tribute to the Pakeha architect who designed its recently opened tribal headquarters; The new chair of Enterprise Great Lake Taupo, Greg Stebbing, says he wants to see local iwi entities be more direct about their investments.