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from Te Manu Korihi on Wednesday 6 June 2012
A Crown lawyer says an Eastern Bay of Plenty tribe didn't respond to a government invitation to talk about plans for oil exploration off the iwi's coast; MPs have heard that making food more affordable can lead to Maori children becoming healthier and happier; A Maori trades training tutor says the carpentry course in Canterbury is changing lives and bringing rangatahi out of their shells.
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