9 May 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 9 May 2014

From Morning Report, 8:45 am on 9 May 2014

Descendants of those who served in the 28th Maori Battalion have embarked on an international pilgrimage to visit some of the renown battle sites, where their relatives fought; The government says it's too early to criticise its proposed Te Reo strategy - because it's still being written; The chair of the Independent Maori Statutory Board in Auckland, David Taipari, says the council isn't spending the money it needs to fulfil Maori projects; The Waitangi Tribunal is holding a teleconference this morning with Ngapuhi hapu objecting to the Crown's recognition of the Tuhoronuku mandate; A Whanganui artist is pleading to museums around the country to dust off taonga Maori in storage and get them on display.