Not so long ago your hard-working member was musing on Radio NZ’s Te Manu Korihi team finding a great gusher of indigenous grievances (he should have said another great gusher).
The radio journos had been talking with the head of an outfit called Te Kaunihera o Nga Neehi Maori – the National Council of Maori Nurses.
This race-based nurses’ outfit was bleating at that time about our district health boards failing to pay it enough heed when deciding how public money should be spent on health services within their respective domains.
Another bleat was about newly trained Maori nurses taking work in rest homes because they can’t get jobs in hospitals.
Guess what? The council is back with more grievances.
The Government isn’t giving it enough money.
Money is being dished out to other Maori outfits and schemes instead.