16 May 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 16 May 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:52 pm on 16 May 2014

A major financial services company, Deloitte, says the real economic benefits for Maori won't come until all treaty claims are settled; The country's Maori Research Centre of Excellence says pressure from indigenous researchers abroad helped prompt the government's decision to continue funding rangahau Maori; The Green Party is hoping a forward-thinking wahine leader will win the Tamaki Makaurau seat; Mourners continue to pour into Whanganui to pay their last respects to the composer, historian, academic and statesman, Morvin Te Anatipa Simon; A Northland Maori Trustboard wants the Waitangi Tribunal to grant it an urgent hearing to examine a state-owned land sale, which the subtribe is contesting.