11 Oct 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 11 October 2013

From Checkpoint, 5:48 pm on 11 October 2013

Ngati Kahungunu is determined to delay the Ruataniwha water storage project in Hawke's Bay - and suggests the upcoming local body regional council election could be a way to sabotage the plan; The Maori Council's deputy chair of the Maori Wardens, Des Ratima, says there is strong leadership for the wardens in Northland - who have the highest number of Maori Wardens in the country; A bilingual walk is due to open tomorrow in the historic central Hawkes Bay town of Otane; A new residential college at the University of Otago is to be named after a prominent Maori Rangatira who graduated from the tertiary institution more than 100 years ago.