Manu Korihi News for 12 July 2011
One of eight Iwi involved in the country's largest treaty claim says that missing a self-imposed deadline will cost it big money. Taranaki Maori health providers say DHBs and government agencies need to start playing ball if they want Whanau Ora to work. The Mana Party says the rejection of a peace deal by the Maori Party opens the way for Mana to recruit in other Maori electorates. The first local authority to fly the Maori flag on Waitangi Day has decided to run it up the flagpole more often.