28 Mar 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 March 2013

From Checkpoint, 5:50 pm on 28 March 2013

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie is pushing for the former MP John Tamihere to temporarily replace him at the Crown Forestry Rental Trust; The bereaved whanau of a man who was shot and killed near Atiamuri in South Waikato last week are acknowledging the people who gave them comfort while they come to terms with his death; A Maori immersion school in Christchurch has conducted a survey to try and persuade the Ministry of Education to allow it to stay where it is; The Ngai Tuhoe biennial festival, Te Ahurei o Tuhoe, gets underway in the Eastern Bay of Plenty settlement of Ruatoki tomorrow; A sale of unique New Zealand art, including work by acclaimed artists Ralph Hotere and Charles F. Goldie, exceeded expectations when it went under the hammer last night.