16 Jul 2012

Manu Korihi News for 16 July 2012

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 16 July 2012

The Waitangi Tribunal's water rights inquiry has heard that shares in state-owned enterprises - such as four power companies - may serve as redress to Maori; The country's newest Maori-language school says the Crown is pleased with the way it's been set up; Te Arawa Lakes Trust Chairman, Toby Curtis, says Maori are waiting patiently for a rugby field sized floating wetland planned for Lake Rotorua, to be completed; A Rotorua wahine with a passion for Tina Turner's music was declared 'simply the best' at the annual Matariki Te Arawa Women's Awards in the city on Friday.