8 Jul 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 8 July 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:51 pm on 8 July 2014

The Labour Party's Maori Affairs spokesperson, Nanaia Mahuta, plans to reassess the social welfare policy, Whanau Ora, if it wins the upcoming general election in September; Decorative Maori flax weaved panels dipicting New Zealand stories will be the backdrop to a major international meeting area at the United Nations headquarters in New York; Tomorrow marks ten years since the Maori Party became officially recognised as a political movement; Taranaki iwi is supporting the Department of Conservation decision to leave the remains of a washed up Blue Whale to decompose naturally near a local reserve.