Te Manu Korihi News for 16 December 2014
The Court of Appeal has urged a former board member of Te Kohanga Reo National Trust to seek an early trial date for his allegations of financial impropriety by the organisation. The police iwi liaison officers in Waitemata will be knocking on the doors of Maori who are affected by family violence this Christmas. The Maori Party says the government's part-privatisation of Genesis Energy strengthens the compensation case for Lake Waikaremoana claimants. A Maori Honey coalition says it hopes its presence in the industry will help correct the pronunciation and spelling of Manuka.