Te Manu Korihi News for 13 August 2014
Far North iwi and community groups have told officials of a Norwegian government oil company that exploration for the deep-sea resource could mean life or death for them. The police are set to make an historic apology to local residents and the Tuhoe community over the Urewera raids - almost seven years on. A Whangarei hapu, Patuharakeke, says it's slow, but it is making progress in its negotiations with the Crown over ancestral land that Mighty River Power is keen to sell. The Federation of Maori Authorities says it makes sense to collaborate with Beef and Lamb New Zealand to optimise how tribal land is used by tangata whenua for sheep and beef farming.