29 Jul 2014

Te Manu Korihi for 29 July 2014

From Morning Report, 8:50 am on 29 July 2014

A leading Maori language researcher says a standardised form of Te Reo needs to be used in Government circles to ensure there is no confusion over its meaning; The country's largest forensic mental health unit wants to expand its Maori unit, because of its success in patients rehabilitation; A consultancy group is examining how long-term health services will be provided on the East Coast and where to base them; A Far North iwi is confident its collaboration with a private education provider will help improve numeracy and literacy skills amongst its tamariki.