3 Nov 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 November 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:45 pm on 3 November 2014

A Maori forestry company, Kajavala Forestry, is critical of the timeframe set to achieve new safety standards for the industry; The Maori Party's newly elected co-vice president, Susan Cullen, says the party has a lot of questions to answer about its poor election performance; A South Island Kapa Haka leader says individual Maori development is mainly being held back by a lack of self-belief; More than 40 woven flax artwork panels that have been on display at Te Papa Tongarewa are being packed up today, before being shipped to their permanent home at the United Nations' headquarters in New York.