14 Nov 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 14 November 2013

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 14 November 2013

The iwi radio network says the Maori broadcaster, Willie Jackson, will stay as the organisation's chair because he's in a governance role - not a presenter position; A Northland hapu has finally been given the green light by the Auckland Council to develop houses on coastal land near Mangawhai; The Tairawhiti District Health Board says it's taking small, simple steps to to bring down the amount of time Maori mental health patients are put into isolation; One-thousand whanau in Waikato will have their homes insulated for free under a Waikato District Health Board initiative; The popular childrens' television shows, Dora The Explorer and Spongebob Squarepants, will soon air in Te Reo Maori.