17 Dec 2012

Te Manu Korihi News for 17 December 2012

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 17 December 2012

The South Island iwi Ngai Tahu is to investigate commercial investment opportunities in Dunedin; A Ngati Whatua leader is acknowledging a former politician for supporting her use of the greeting "kia ora" - to be used as a salutation as the telephone exchange operator; More than 200 people have cast votes to settle a Bay of Plenty community row over the naming of a school; The office of the Maori King says Tukoroirangi Morgan has been appointed as the interim head of Waikato-Tainui's parliament - Te Kauhanganui.