3 Jun 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 June 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 3 June 2014

Plans for three Taranaki iwi to initial their deeds of settlement tomorrow have hit a snag; The Maori Internet Society hopes efforts will be made to attract Maori students to new information and communications technology graduate schools; The Hawke's Bay iwi Ngati Kahungunu now has a greater influence over the major fishing firm Sealord; The Labour candidate for Tamaki Makaurau says he'd never thought about standing in the Auckland electorate until he was asked; The Hamilton City Council's kaumatua representative is relieved a 200-year-old tribal waka at the Waikato Museum escaped being extensively damaged by an accidental fire.