Maori skull returned to New Zealand
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Maori skull handed back to New Zealand from Highlands museum

A Maori skull has been handed back to the Museum of New Zealand after being held in a Forres museum for more than 130 years.

Tribal leaders had been campaigning for decades to have Maori artefacts returned to their homeland.

The skull was donated to the Falconer Museum in 1883.

BBC Scotland's Jackie O'Brien reports.