The founding chief executive of the Manukau Urban Māori Authority​, Dame Temuranga ‘June’ Batley-Jackson, has died aged 82, Stuff reports. Batley-Jackson and husband Bob Jackson moved to Auckland in the 1960s. In 1986, with Brian Joyce, they established the Manukau Urban Māori Authority, to help Māori socially and economically, as Māori society changed through rapid urbanisation. “Always one of the most glamorous grans in Māngere, Nanny June was just the same whether she was hanging with politicians or prisoners,” said one of her moko, journalist Hikurangi Jackson.