28 Nov 2013

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 November 2013

From Checkpoint, 6:48 pm on 28 November 2013

The Maori Party vice-president, Ken Mair, says it will be challenging for the party to select just one of the six nominees wanting to stand for the Tai Hauauru seat; Ngati Porou on the East Coast is taking steps to reduce the effects of drought on its farming business; The organiser of a 4-day hikoi in Taranaki says the march has succeeded in making more people aware about drilling for oil and gas within 300 metres of Egmont National Park; A group of emerging Maori health practitioners and students of the medical profession have been presented awards and scholarships from the associate Minister of Health, Tariana Turia.