22 Jun 2012

Manu Korihi News for 22 June 2012

From Morning Report, 6:26 am on 22 June 2012

A former Ngai Tahu Fisheries employee turned MP, says companies have enough time to prepare for the re-flagging of foreign charter vessels, and should stop focusing on projected financial losses; An organisation representing Maori language schools says it's in talks with the Ministry of Education to ensure Maori values are reflected in National Standards; The University of Otago says it's adding another mentoring programme for Maori PHD students following the success of a similar one for first year students; A Maori taonga puoro musician, Horomona Horo, hopes his recent collaboration with some of the country's finest classical music artists will bring a new breath of life to exposing traditional Maori instruments.