4 Sep 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 4 September 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:27 am on 4 September 2014

A Far North leader says a Teachers Disciplinary Tribal report in to the misconduct of a former principal at Pamapuria school brings relief for the community but also a stern reminder for kura to watch over tamariki; A Hawaiian Academic says his people need to learn from assertive qualities Maori have, in order to help revitalise indigenous values; The Maori Party's Hauraki-Waikato candidate, Susan Cullen, is confident its Economic Development Policy, which is aiming to improve Maori education and the workforce will encourage tangata whenua to vote in this month's election; A New Zealand childcare centre in the small Northland town of Kawakawa has beaten more than 50 buildings across the Asia Pacific region to take top honours in the World Green Building Council's regional leadership awards.