Koro Wētere remembered for contributions to Māori and politics
The former Minister of Māori Affairs Koro Wētere is being remembered as man who put being Maori before politics. The 83-year old died on Saturday from prostate cancer. The 83-year old spent almost three decades in Parliament - and oversaw major law changes that gave the Waitangi Tribunal more power and helped revitalise te reo Māori. Te Manu Korihi reporter John Boynton has more.