9 Apr 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014

From Checkpoint, 5:49 pm on 9 April 2014

Only a third of local and regional councils have a policy to report on the effects of works carried out on culturally sensitive sites; The Ministry of Education says there are fresh requirements for teachers, new and old, to be culturally competent and know how to teach Maori students; Maori and Pakeha place name signage could be dotted around Tauranga; One of the country's Maori tertiary institutions says a government initiative to roll out broadband in rural communities could help it reach more potential students, who want to study and live in non-urban centres.