24 Nov 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 24 November 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:51 pm on 24 November 2014

A former Maori immersion school principal has been censured and struck off by the Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal for serious misconduct, which included allowing students in their teens to stay overnight at her home; The Prime Minister is standing by his comments that New Zealand was settled peacefully; Labour's Nanaia Mahuta and Kelvin Davis have been ranked in the party's top 17; What's being described as a landmark book about tangata whenua has been launched, with high profile Maōri such as Pita Sharples and Patricia Grace praising it for its comprehensive coverage of Maori history.