6 Jun 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 6 June 2014

From Checkpoint, 6:52 pm on 6 June 2014

Lawyers for the Crown have told the Waitangi Tribunal there's no need for it to investigate the mandate to settle Ngapuhi treaty claims; The head of an Auckland tribal council is advocating for greater non-judgemental support to help women considering abortion; The Ruapehu District Council has reached the decision to cut down 43 native heritage trees in Taumarunui, which could be given to Maori carvers; A lower North Island tribe, Ngati Apa, says its purchase of the historic Flock House farm near Bulls means it can now use the facility to train its descendants in farming; Honey was all the buzz in Kaitaia today.