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They were supposed to be a sanctuary for tamariki taken away from a world of abuse, but for those placed in Social Welfare facilities in the 1970s and '80s, they were houses of pain and fear.
The Royal Commission investigating abuse in care has heard from Māori who said the Adoption Act was used as a tool of assimilation.
Māori children who were put through state care as children have spoken of the indignity of being stripped of their identity.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has heard of young Māori being torn from their families and put into a system that wrote them off from the start.
Auckland's Papakura Marae says it is struggling to cope with the sheer number of whānau needing its services.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei says it is disturbed by an occupation by protesters at the Auckland Domain, and wants it brought to a swift end.
Mana whenua are celebrating the confirmation that a settlement on the outskirts of Whanganui has officially had its name changed, no longer honouring a militiaman responsible for the killing of…
Māori health leaders say something needs to be done to close the Covid-19 vaccine gap for Māori.
The kaumata of two iwi was also regarded as a pillar of knowledge of Māori arts and culture.
Sir Robert Gillies, the last surviving member of the 28th Māori Battalion, has agreed to be knighted after previously rejecting the distinction twice.
Analysis - The finding that the government is actively breaching the Treaty of Waitangi in the pandemic response and is giving little heed to the needs of Māori will come as little surprise to those…
The Crown defended its pandemic response for Māori before the Waitangi Tribunal on Thursday, arguing that equity has been a consideration at every step.
The Waitangi Tribunal has heard that authorities were told early on that the vaccine rollout would need a whānau focus but Māori providers were rebuffed.
Today was the first day of a special hearing into whether the Crown has breached Te Tiriti in its Covid-19 response.
The head of a South Auckland health service says she's seeing little evidence that lessons have been learned from deaths in home isolation, with people waiting over a week to be contacted or isolating…
It was filed by representatives of the Māori Council and senior leaders who say the Crown's Covid-19 framework significantly and irreversibly prejudices Māori.
Ministry of Health says it is reconsidering its decision to not give Māori vaccine data to the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency after the High Court ruled against it.
An Iwi in the Bay of Plenty town of Maketū is developing their own climate strategies as the area's landscape comes under threat.
Whānau Ora providers have told the High Court the health ministry's refusal to hand over the vaccination information of Māori is inconsistent and a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Māori health experts are worried about the lack of a specific vaccination target for Māori in the reopening plan announced today.
A coalition of Māori health organisations in Auckland is urging the government to return to a Covid-19 elimination strategy, saying many Māori will die if it does not.
The first Māori woman to win a general electorate seat says while the introduction of MMP has allowed for more Māori representation in parliament there a still a lot of gains to be made.
Māori health services in Auckland are planning to go door-to-door in their efforts to get more people vaccinated against Covid-19.
Efforts to reduce the number of children and young people dying appear to have stagnated.
The government is standing by its Covid response for Māori, despite large disparities in both the number of cases and the vaccine rollout.