Argument over Samoan language in NZ continues | Pacific Beat

Argument over Samoan language in NZ continues

Argument over Samoan language in NZ continues

Updated 4 December 2012, 17:56 AEST

The argument over the best way to support the survival of the Samoan language in New Zealand is continuing.

The opposition Labour Party accuses the ruling National Party of withdrawing vital support for the teaching of Samoan in schools.

But a government MP says plenty of money has been allocated to help Pacific Island languages.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker: Opposition Labour Party MP Su'a William Sio, MP from the ruling National Party, Peseta Sam Lotu Iiga

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