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The kaitiaki of a sacred Rotorua lake say it is being desecrated by people swimming in it after the opening of mountain bike trails in 2018.
Thousands of languages have been analysed in a study on how people perceive emotions.
Two pou at Ahipara were vandalised and cut down in July. The culprits have not been caught yet, but the pou are standing again after a special dawn ceremony.
An historic Māori meeting house which was shipped to Surrey more than a 100 years ago is one step closer to returning home, following the in-principle support of the National Trust in England.
Locals in the West Auckland suburb of Kelston say the government has a long way to go to improve the housing and social issues facing many families.
Millions of tweets have been analysed to see how te reo Māori is being used on the social media platform.
The Te Taitokerau leader Hekenukumai Busby is now Sir Hek - with thousands of his people celebrating his investiture in Waitangi today.
The Northland Mayoral Forum is set to sign an agreement today to work alongside the Taitokerau Iwi Chairs Forum or Te Kahu o Taonui.
The Ngaruāwahia Community Board has made its local pools cheaper in an effort to stop people jumping of a rail bridge where an 11 year old was killed last year. Video
Archaeologists have uncovered moa-bone fish hooks, tools made of obsidian and shells and other evidence of voyaging Polynesians settling in Aotearoa.
The group of hapū pushing forward with stalled Ngāpuhi treaty negotiations has formed a new working group, as calls for the mandate to be pulled altogether continue.
A Northland housing provider wants to relocate hundreds of homes from Auckland by Christmas next year to solve the crippling housing crisis in the Far North.
The government will not walk away from Ngāpuhi, despite the rejection of the latest proposal on who should lead its negotiations with the Crown, the Treaty Negotiations Minister says. Audio
The Tomorrow School's Review has shown changes are needed to the education system to stop it failing Māori.
A Māori cultural advisor is looking at taking legal action to protect the haka in Germany.
Could an iwi bank become the next Kiwibank? The Māori Council thinks so and is taking steps to set up a Māori-owned bank.
The high number of whale strandings is showing the value of iwi involvement in rescue efforts with one Northland iwi leading the way.
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
The fight to stop kauri dieback and myrtle rust has been given a multi-million dollar boost by the government. Audio
Indigenous research must reach those people on the ground to have the most impact, Māori academics say.
The government's way of settling overlapping treaty claims will be at the centre of urgent Waitangi Tribunal inquiry.
The Auckland Pride Parade is one of the most visible celebrations of inclusiveness in the country, but that image is under threat over a ban on police wearing their uniforms while taking part.
A youth employment programme in Auckland which uses Māori and Pasifika values to build future leaders has produced its latest batch of graduates.
An Auckland University study has found workers who start off in temporary jobs have lower chances of switching to regular nine-to-five jobs.
The Ministry for Primary Industries has not received any notice from Auckland Council to prosecute people who ignore track closures in the Waitākere Ranges.