10 May 2012

Manu Korihi News for 10 May 2012

From Morning Report, 6:28 am on 10 May 2012

A Tuhoe leader says it's a priority for the Bay of Plenty tribe to develop a more meaningful relationship with the police than there's ever been; A Kaitaia Maori GP says extra 12-million in the Budget for rheumatic fever prevention is welcome - but as long as children have to scavenge for food - it'll never be a magic bullet; Three Northland iwi are holding a function in Auckland tomorrow to launch the first leg of a 30-million-dollar broadband project; An actor in the Maori adaptation of Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, says the classical variation of Te Reo used in the performance even provided a challenge for some of the most fluent speakers of Maori.