Te Manu Korihi News for 15 October 2014
The former Minister for Whanau Ora, Tariana Turia, says Te Puni Kokiri has not received any extra funding for the social programme because it underspent substantial amounts of money. A former Minister of Maori Affairs says the decision of Nanaia Mahuta to stand for the Labour Party leadership adds an interesting dimension to the race. Hapu in the Far North will meet with Government representatives today to urge them to stop negotiating with the board steering Ngapuhi's treaty settlement. Cultural exchange programmes between Maori and Cherokee young people are being planned to foster a better awareness of indigenous affairs in both New Zealand and the United States.