30 Mar 2015

Te Manu Korihi News for 30 March 2015

From Te Manu Korihi, 6:47 pm on 30 March 2015

A traditional Maori artist suggests some cherished wood carvings should be left overseas, because the harsh weather in New Zealand could damage them; The Maori Party says the shackles of injustice have finally fallen from Teina Pora, following his legal team's news he won't be re-tried; The Chairperson of a marae in Northland that had its wharekai or dinning hall burnt down says it's a shame it didn't make copies of precious photographs that were lost in the fire; The group approved by the Crown to settle Ngapuhi Treaty claims has appointed three negotiators.

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