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The defection also focuses attention on Labour's Māori caucus, which now faces close races in several Māori electorates.
There is a collective sense of dread that comes whenever the sky turns grey, a pall of anxiety that descends whenever the rain returns.
The efforts come as the hapū, Ngāti Wahia, confront difficult questions about whether to relocate their devastated marae in Te Karaka. Audio
The destruction is still everywhere to see from the night the river swallowed half a town.
Iwi leaders have accused National and ACT of "fanning the flames of racism", urging the prime minister to be brave and not walk away from partnership on three waters.
The Crown overstepped its authority to govern for Northern Māori throughout the 19th century, the Waitangi Tribunal has found, which led to an erosion of rangatiratanga that is widely felt today.
Many of Kāpiti Coast's main features rest on injustices to Māori, including land confiscations up to the 1960s, a report from the Waitangi Tribunal has found. Audio
A $115m Treaty settlement for Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa Tāmaki Nui-a-Rua has passed through Parliament, with all parties acknowledging the hara caused by the Crown for the lower North Island iwi.
Explainer: A Wairarapa hapū says a Supreme Court ruling means it should be removed from a proposed treaty settlement that is in its final stages.
The great hope is of a new chapter, forging a future while not forgetting, misremembering or mythologising the past, says Ngāti Maniapoto historian and kaumātua professor Tom Roa.
Members of Whakatōhea have voted to accept the Crown's $100 million settlement offer, marking an end to nearly 30 years of negotiation.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather at a marae in eastern Taranaki today to hear the Crown deliver a long-awaited apology to the people of Ngāti Maru.
With a lower life expectancy, health disparities, and fewer savings, new research has highlighted the grim prospect of retirement for many Māori.
Māori justice advocates are warning that any move to loosen laws around police photography will undo years of work to build trust with Māori.
Analysis - Legal experts say the weighing up of tikanga Māori in the decision to posthumously exonerate Peter Ellis of child sex offences marks a seismic moment in the country's legal history.
The Supreme Court has quashed the convictions of Peter Ellis, the Christchurch crèche worker who was convicted of child sex offences in 1993. Audio
The remains of more than 60 Māori and Moriori have finally returned home, after more than 70 years of appeals and negotiations.
Members of Whakatōhea are being encouraged to vote on whether to accept a $100 million settlement with the Crown, which would bring an end to nearly 30 years of negotiation.
Thirty years to the day of one of the first major treaty settlements, those involved have gathered to take stock of what has become a billion dollar industry, but also the challenges ahead.
This week marks 50 years since the Māori Language Petition was presented to Parliament. Jamie Tahana spoke to those who fought for change, and examines the moments leading to the movement, and what…
Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Māori is calling for New Zealanders to share their stories of how they have battled for te reo Māori.
The Waitangi Tribunal has rejected a challenge from some Māori organisations about the role of iwi in resource management reforms, saying it found no breach of the Treaty of Waitangi.
The Public Service Commissioner has apologised to survivors at the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care this afternoon.
One-third of children placed in state care have ended up serving a prison sentence, according to research tabled before the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care today.
Oranga Tamariki has been challenged on whether abuse in state care facilities really is historic as senior officials faced the Royal Commission again.