19 Feb 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 19 February 2014

From Checkpoint, 5:52 pm on 19 February 2014

The Maraeroa Marae Health Clinic in Porirua is welcoming new standards for state-housing, but says it would be better if old homes were just replaced; A tribal group in Te Urewera National Park, Ngati Ruapani, has told the Maori Affairs Select Committee, that it fears its land rights could be lost if the Tuhoe treaty settlement is passed in to law; A Maori langauge lecturer says everyone in New Zealand - not just Maori, have a responsibility to keep Te Reo alive; A Lincoln university researcher says a growing number of pakeha are being drawn into Maori social service providers in Christchurch.