Tapu te Ranga marae clean up making slow progress
Five months after the distinctive Wellington marae Tapu te Ranga burnt to the ground, the clean up is making slow progress. There's still a large pile of ash and rubble where the multistoried structure once stood, but some of the larger pieces of debris have been cleared away. And while behind the scenes, the whanau are still working through rebuild options, workers on community service sentences are tackling the clean up. Meriana Johnsen reports.