26 Jul 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 July 2013

From Checkpoint, 5:50 pm on 26 July 2013

The Maori Broadcasting Funding Agency's explained why funded television hours for companies competing for cash to produce Maori language programmes have been cut; Nearly 200 money-minded Maori have gathered in Wellington to discuss ways to make the most of economic opportunities outside of New Zealand; The Queensland Maori Wardens are accusing some local government agencies of undermining their work during Waitangi Day celebrations; A Tuhoe kaumatua, who gifted totara to Marae in Hastings, says those trees will provide a gateway for visitors to learn about local Maori history.