21 Nov 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 21 November 2013

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 21 November 2013

Te Tai Tokerau iwi Te Roroa, say they hold no malice against Alan Titford's family who were influenced by him and his disputes with the Waitangi Tribunal and the government over the ownership of his farm in Northland during the 1990s; No changes are planned to the boundaries of the seven Maori electorates; A bill giving Maori Television the right to switch to a digital spectrum is now law; A Charles Frederick Goldie painting of Ngati Mahuta kaumatua, Hone Kawhena, has sold for a record auction price; Two Maori tertiary students will join a group of young leaders heading to China tomorrow to foster links with the Chinese.