10 Jul 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 10 July 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:56 pm on 10 July 2014

New research shows that some Maori whanau are accruing debt so they can care for dying relatives; The Waikato District Council is admitting it was at fault in allowing contaminated sewage to flow into Raglan - Whaingaroa Harbour last year, although Tainui says that's not the first time it's happened; The Mayor of Dunedin says the Black Power and Mongrel Mob gangs are having their business case for park maintenance work, assisted by Te Puni Kokiri expertise; A Far North Maori organic beef farmer is valuing the opportunities of teaching his grandchildren traditional ways, while the bad weather continues.