5 Sep 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 5 September 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:52 pm on 5 September 2014

The Crown has signed an agreement to ensure the heritage of the historic, Te Motu Kairangi or Watts Peninsula near Wellington is protected and preserved; The life of Tainui descendant, Peggy Turuhira Noble, killed in the Work and Income shootings this week, has been remembered by the Maori community of Ashburton; The Bay of Plenty Regional Council has decided it will not make a final call on whether the wreck of the Rena will be removed or not; Two traditional rugby foes will be battling it out tomorrow for one of the country's leading trophies for Maori rugby.