28 Apr 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 April 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:45 pm on 28 April 2014

An advocacy body for Maori housing is recommending the government form an independent body to speed up the process of handing over state houses to iwi; The number of people wanting to become licensed Te Reo translators has more than doubled in the past four years because the exam's no longer about everything and anything; The cold wind and rain in Lower Hutt today didn't deter the players competing at the first national secondary schools kiorahi tournament; Maori business leaders have spoken at a hui focussing on Maori governance.