Rapa Nui skulls returned home from NZ museums

From Morning Report, 8:46 am on 29 January 2018

Ancestral remains have been returned to representatives of the Pacific island of Rapa Nui at a ceremony near Christchurch at the weekend. The skulls have been in the possession of the Canterbury and Otago museums for more than 70 years. A delegation from Rapa Nui received the tipuna after a pōwhiri at Tuahiwi Marae on Saturday. RNZ's Logan Church was there.