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They came from all over the country to this little wharenui, Rakeiao, nestled on the shores of Lake Rotoiti. Audio
Tributes have been paid for Te Arawa leader and long-time Māori education advocate, Sir Toby Curtis, who died on Wednesday aged 83.
Te Arawa leader and long-time Māori education advocate, Sir Toby Curtis, has died aged 83. Audio
Many children have been let down by police responses to abuse in state care, says the police commissioner.
Survivors of abuse in state care hope to see some signs of remorse from the government over the next two weeks, with Crown agencies fronting the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care.
Back in the early '80s, Patea Māori Club wanted a song to inspire their people, to tell their story and to bring some joy. Video, Audio
Te Waka Whaiora is a mental health and addiction service that works the streets of Porirua, building relationships and resilience with whānau in a by-Māori, for Māori way.
In some areas measles vaccination rates for Māori and Pasifika have fallen to as low as 32 percent, leading to fears among health experts that a devastating outbreak is just around the corner.
The Waitangi Tribunal, set up to address injustices against tangata whenua, has been accused of being unfair to Māori in the way it operates.
The late Marlborough iwi leader Richard Bradley is being commemorated as a brave and passionate Māori leader.
A campaign to encourage more Māori and Pasifika to get screened for bowel cancer was launched today, and Associate Health Minister Peeni Henare says early detection is crucial in helping prevent…
But while there are hopes of equity in the long-term, there are warnings that some changes will take years.
Māori health experts fear an inequity crisis could be looming with long Covid, and not enough is being done to avert it.
The government is proposing to change the electoral law to allow Māori voters to switch electoral rolls at any time.
The first Matariki public holiday is less than a month away, and while excitement is building, some are nervous of how it will be marked.
But those behind a decades-long campaign say there is still a long way to go.
Joe Hawke, the Bastion Point leader and former MP, has been remembered as a fearless fighter for Māori, and a gracious and loving koro.
Māori health and social workers say the funding announced in yesterday's Budget will do little to help ease their burden, or close equity gaps.
Māori health workers and community leaders are hoping tomorrow's Budget will address urgent social and health needs, with hints at a significant spend for Māori health.
A bill that would formalise a treaty settlement with Wairarapa iwi has passed its first reading in Parliament.
There are hopes a mobile heart screening service being rolled out in Waikato will be a game-changer for remote and Māori communities.
More than 600 Māori Battalion soldiers never received their medals, but now there are hopes their whānau can be tracked down for ceremonies to be held later this year.
Renowned constitutional expert and Māori advocate Dr Moana Jackson has been laid to rest at Matahiwi marae in Hawke's Bay.
Tributes are pouring in for the leading Māori legal scholar Moana Jackson, who died on Thursday after a lengthy illness.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has been challenged by survivors to drive genuine change, not just another rebrand.