11 Jul 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 11 July 2014

From Morning Report, 6:28 am on 11 July 2014

A senior medical lecturer says more funding is needed for research to explore the impact of racism toward Maori in the health system; Tainui is praising a judge's decision to fine the Waikato District Council 56-thousand dollars for discharging millions of litres of contaminated sewage into Raglan - Whaingaroa Harbour; A member of the Maori Charitable Spectrum Trust says it still has questions it wants the government to answer about ownership of the frequency spectrum; An Australian Federal Court judge has found a number of mining licences in the Western Australian Goldfields are invalid because they affect native title rights.