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As church congregations experience the impact of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, one is turning to technology to bridge the gap between members of the church.
First Person - I see the opening of Te Rau Aroha museum as a taonga for te ao Māori. Let's not forget how significant a place of gathering and a cuppa tea can be, Eden Fusitu'a writes.
Life goes on for some in Whakatāne in the days after Whakaari erupted. But grief lingers in the air, and it manifests itself in different ways for the people affected.
A 160-year-old flag, from the time of the first Māori King, Pōtatau Te Wherowhero, has been returned to the Kīngitanga by the Anglican Church.
A group of tattoo artists have set up a tā moko station at the frontline of the Ihumātao protests in Auckland's Mangere.
A huge mural of wahine Māori on the back streets of Onehunga is designed to return the mauri of the painted spaces, while celebrating the work of a local community legend.
Te Matatini, the national Kapa Haka competition is no ordinary festival, it is where the crème de la crème of kapa haka come together.
A new wave of Māori entrepreneurs are selling products that use te reo Māori in a bid to normalise the language.
Māori artists and performers have come together to create a song to further promote Māori performing arts in preparation for the worlds largest kapa haka festival.
A youth group in the Auckland of suburb Glen Innes is using kapa haka to bring their community together after a decade of turbulent changes. Video
Taonga from the private collection of Māori King Kingi Tūheitia are on display for the first time.
Renowned Māori broadcaster Tini Molyneux of Tūhoe will be this year's recipient of the Television Legend award. Audio
A new app is soon to be released to help people learn te reo Māori through playing sport.
A new website is helping Māori around the world connect with their heritage.
Young Māori have spoken out about being labelled "plastic" because they can't speak the language - saying the hurtful term is used to imply they're fake or less Māori.
Well known for her high-end fashion, contemporary korowai and pounamu, New Zealand designer Kiri Nathan had her first solo show at New Zealand Fashion Week today.
The Education Minister has told supporters of Hato Pētera College he will have to take time to consider the school's fate.
Supporters of a Māori catholic school in Auckland will make a last-ditch effort to save it from closure at a meeting with the Education Minister today.
Zev Kaka-Holtz won a bronze award in one of the world's most prestigious cheese competitions for his Kau Piro (smelly cow in te reo) - a camembert style cheese.
First Person - At a hui about the Ngāpuhi settlement, Eden More reflects on what it means to be urban Māori.
The second intake of young Māori to receive $100,000 worth of scholarships is set to take place to help them gain admissions to top global universities.
The plans by the Hawke's Bay iwi group include a $20 million retail development, $60m industrial zone in Napier and shares in Ahuriri Airport.
New Zealand's largest Māori public health organisation is backing new research from the University of Otago to take bold action against the obesity crisis.
Te Māngai Pāho has appointed a new head of content to help drive its Māori media strategy and aim for better and more engaging te reo Māori content.
The whale in Wellington's harbour is a good sign for the Māori New Year, says a Wellington kaumātua. Video