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from Te Manu Korihi on Friday 4 May 2012
The Maori Party's Education spokesperson, Te Ururoa Flavell, says the Government should reconsider making changes to student loans and allowances; The Minister for Treaty Negotiations, Christopher Finlayson, says Ngai Tuhoe is going to be playing a much bigger role in future discussions over Te Urewera National Park; Te Kupenga, the National Network for Stopping Violence is about to start the last in a series of workshops, which promote non violence by teenagers; A colleague of the late veteran sculptor, Arnold Manaaki Wilson, describes him as the God Father of contemporary Maori art.
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