3 Nov 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 November 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:27 am on 3 November 2014

A Maori housing advocacy group says it's planning to set up its own housing provider in Auckland; The body handling the Treaty settlement money for Te Atiawa people in Wellington has recorded a drop in its investment property value over 3 years, from 21 point 6 million dollars to just below 16 million; A new bilingual newspaper for Te Arawa people has been criticised for pairing up with The Rotorua Daily Post; Woven flax artwork panels will today be farewelled from Wellington's Te Papa museum before they're packed up and shipped off to America, to adorn the walls of the United Nations' headquarters.