4 Aug 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 4 August 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 8:45 am on 4 August 2014

A review of Maori fisheries is to consider whether restrictions on selling quota to non-tribal owned companies is affecting iwi payouts to descendants; The Law Commission is proposing two judges sit together and hear family disputes over tikanga and who has burial rights when someone dies; People of Ngaruahine in Taranaki are planning a hikoi to remember their ancestors who died in jail after their land was taken by colonial forces; A woman has intergrated waiata, taonga puoro and electroacoustic music which narrates the history of the Kingitanga movement.