2 Apr 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 2 April 2014

From Morning Report, 8:45 am on 2 April 2014

The Human Rights Commission's latest review on race relations shows Asian people and Maori reported the highest rates of discrimination in 2013; The Ministry of Maori Development is certain a new branch of the National Urban Maori Authority is the right organisation to lead Whanau Ora in the North Island, despite earlier concerns about the entity's bid; The people of Ngati Mutunga on the Chatham Islands have backed their local Iwi Trust Board to represent the tribe in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown; A member of the Patea Maori Club, Waimarie Cassidy, says the Poi E song continues to thrive, thirty years after it topped the music charts.