26 Jul 2011

Manu Korihi News for 26 July 2011

From Checkpoint, 5:50 pm on 26 July 2011

Questions about the economy, education and jobs have dominated the first public hui held by Auckland Council's Independent Maori Statutory Board; Three iwi forging a relationship with Fijian communities say they have desire to get involved in Fijian politics; Te Arawa's Federation of Maori Authorities has taken a major step forward in a plan to develop ancestral lands, by appointing a resident scientist; The founder of a trades-focussed education centre says Maori students are thriving under its guidance.