The Minister of Maori Affairs Hon Parekura Horomia says he
wants to talk with the parties involved before he makes any
announcement about Maori television.
Mr Horomia said he
was notified of this morning's annual general meeting of the
Awhiorangi trust but as the trust was reporting to its
parent organisation, it is not appropriate for the Minister
to comment on the trust's operation.
The Minister of Maori
Affairs says he has discussed broadcasting with his
colleagues and that some progress has been made but he wants
to talk with the parties involved before making any
In terms of time, Mr Horomia said he
is still hopeful that work to set up the Maori channel will
begin early next
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