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from Te Manu Korihi on Friday 17 August 2012
The government's plan to sell shares in state owned assets is being likened to killing the goose that lays the golden egg; Whanganui river iwi say they will be talking with the Corrections Department about the serial rapist Stewart Murray Wilson being moved to the outskirts of the city; The noted Waka builder and traditional navigator, Hector Busby, will take a step closer today, to a goal he set more than two decades ago; The Maori Broadcasting Funding Agency has registered what it calls a huge shift in New Zealanders' attitudes to support Maori language initiatives.
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