28 Apr 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 April 2014

From Checkpoint, 5:52 pm on 28 April 2014

The Labour Party says New Zealand First's vote against a batch of Treaty settlements is offensive to tribes and a decision made by a party appealing to yesteryear; Kelvin Davis has resigned from his Ministry of Education job, clearing the way for him to replace the outgoing Labour MP Shane Jones; A yearly meeting with government ministers is being set up as part of a new agreement with Ngati Porou; The public's being told it's more important than ever to remember the sacrifices of Maori this ANZAC Day; Meanwhile, Auckland's War Memorial Museum says it's honoured the Victoria Cross recipient Willie Apiata will speak at its ANZAC service tomorrow.