3 Nov 2014

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 November 2014

From Te Manu Korihi, 8:45 am on 3 November 2014

A Maori housing advocacy group says it's planning to set up its own housing provider in Auckland; A new bilingual newspaper for Te Arawa has been criticised for pairing up with The Rotorua Daily Post; The body handling the Treaty settlement money for Te Atiawa people in Wellington has recorded a drop in its investment property value over 3 years, from 21 point 6 million dollars to just below 16 million; Woven flax artwork panels are being farewelled from Wellington's Te Papa museum before they're packed up and shipped off to America, to adorn the walls of the United Nations' headquarters.