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Rotorua leaders are up in arms about the possibility of more quarantine hotels in the city, one of which could neighbour a marae wharekai.
Māori are significantly more likely to die within 30 days of surgery than non-Māori, a disparity a surgeon has described as damning.
Data released by the Ministry of Health shows Māori are still behind in the vaccine rollout, with the disparity largest among 20 to 34-year-olds.
Those behind a month-long challenge to speak as much Te Reo Māori as possible say they're staggered by how popular it's become.
Every day, David Letele and the workers at his Brown Buttabean foodbank are run off their feet. From morning until well into the night, they're busy packing parcels by the hundreds to meet an…
Māori health providers are accelerating efforts to close a gap that's left far fewer Māori vaccinated against Covid-19 than any other group.
Northland iwi say a police decision to create fixed checkpoints at the region's entrances more than a week after the country moved to alert level 4 is too little, too late.
The chair of a South Auckland marae says it needs support to keep its health and social services going through an extended lockdown.
Māori health professionals are warning of the threat the Covid-19 Delta variant could pose for Māori and Pasifika communities, and are urging more to be done to address equity when the vaccine rollout…
Some iwi are worried the government's proposed water reforms could undermine - and possibly unravel - their Treaty of Waitangi settlements.
As part of a series this week, RNZ is looking at efforts to ensure schools and teachers are using reo and tikanga every day. This, coupled with compulsory NZ history, has made iwi and hapū…
A range of initiatives are being brought in to address inequities in the education system. As part of a series this week, RNZ is looking at efforts to make schools and teachers more bicultural, and…
The family at the centre of a custody dispute that led to a sit-in at a Hawke's Bay marae have been granted a reprieve.
Kaiwahaiki Pā sits on the lower reaches of the Whanganui, just as the river breaks from the towering bush-clad valley and the deep dark water ambles towards the sea.
Murupara community leader Mem Jenner was leading a war she says was stacked against her.
When Rangi Matamua sets his gaze across Te Whanganui-a-Tara this morning, he'll contemplate many things as he watches the twinkling cluster of stars on the northeast horizon: Those who have been…
Condemnation of Oranga Tamariki continues to pour in thick and fast after video emerged of staff assaulting a young teen at one of its care facilities.
Bobbing in the golden sunset on the calm waters of Avarua Harbour, sheltered by the lush, jagged peaks of Rarotonga, the vaka is an impressive sight.
New data released today on iwi affiliations and other information about Māori is hoped to plug gaps left from the 2018 census.
A weekly chart for the most popular songs in te reo Māori is being launched today.
A racist tirade left on the answerphone of one of the country's pre-eminent Pacific academics has caused widespread shock - but little surprise. Audio
The announcement of New Caledonia's latest referendum on possible independence is already drawing the ire of many, less than a day after it was announced.
Samoa's incoming prime minister has called for the caretaker HRPP government to relinquish power so the country can rebuild.
Samoa's constitutional crisis deepened on Monday morning with the party that commands the majority of seats locked out of parliament, but still insisting it can form a government today.
Samoa's head of state has cancelled Monday's scheduled sitting of parliament without explanation, in an extraordinary intervention that deepens the political turmoil seen for more than a month now.