17 Jun 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for Tuesday 17 June 2014

From Morning Report, 6:28 am on 17 June 2014

An iwi with mana moana says the Tuhoe settlement puts its role as kaitiaki of fishing rights in jeopardy; The chief panellist of the Glenn Inquiry is encouraging tikanga and kaupapa Maori values as ways to help overcome child abuse and domestic violence for Maori communities; An internet working group, Nga Pu Waea, is calling on Maori businesses and communities to improve their digital security as broadband is rolled out in rural areas; An advocacy group says a new book about the importance of Te Reo Rangatira will stir debate about what people think about the language; A new Maori Land Court judge has been appointed to help ease the workload of the Waitangi Tribunal.