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21 May - 12:32 am NZ
from Te Manu Korihi on Friday 27 April 2012
Tributes flow following the deaths of two matriarchs from Patea Maori Club - which recorded the hit song Poi E; The outgoing Chief Executive of Ngati Whatua o Orakei, Tiwana Tibble, says he leaves a lasting legacy of a ten fold increase in the value of the hapu's investments; The Waitangi Tribunal hearing into Maori pre-schools has wrapped up - with a claimant thanking the Crown for fronting; More than four million dollars in funding has been committed to major projects aimed at restoring the health of the Waikato River.
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