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from Te Manu Korihi on Monday 16 July 2012
After nearly three decades, hundreds of hui and arguments against opposition - Nelson's first Maori language immersion school has opened its doors; A Treaty lawyer is urging the Waitangi Tribunal to examine the creation of the fishing catch quota for Maori before it makes a recommendation on water rights; The funeral service for Timi te Heuheu will be held at today; Six years of work by Maori land owners to preserve the largest remaining wetland forest on Taranaki's Ring Plain has just been celebrated.
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