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from Te Manu Korihi on Thursday 7 June 2012
Plans to return fourteen Auckland maunga, or mountains, to thirteen iwi and hapu picked up pace today, with all but one of the Tamaki Collective initialling a Deed of Settlement with the Crown; The government's being accused of being out of touch with communities by proposing legislation to ban an abusive parent from living or working with children; The Chairman of the commercial arm of a Rangitikei iwi, Ngati Apa, says his tribe feels they have made a safe bet by buying shares in bricks and mortar types of investments initially - before launching into more risky ones; The Maori Language Commission is targeting intermediate level learners of Te Reo with two reo Maori booklets been made available a major supermarket chain during Maori language week.
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