25 Jul 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 25 July 2013

From Checkpoint, 5:47 pm on 25 July 2013

A Ngai Tuhoe leader suspects a bill proposing to strengthen a government agency's spying powers will only intensify the Crown's suspicion of the iwi - if it's made law; The Kohanga Reo National Trust says its students who gained an unrecognised qualification will in the meantime receive a kohanga approved tohu; The Minister of Whanau Ora has responded to an idea for Whanau Ora to drive suicide prevention to tackle the high suicide rate among Maori; Eighteen Maori carved posts representing all Marae in Hawke's Bay will be unveiled in Hastings' civic square tomorrow during a dawn ceremony.