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The Ngā Manu Kōrero national speech competition has highlighted the mana, resilience and eloquence of rangatahi Māori around the country. Audio
The government's latest freshwater plans do not go far enough and fails to deal with the pressing issue of Māori water rights, Māori leaders say.
Whanganui iwi will use their Treaty settlement to have the city's name officially spelled with an H.
A landmark report from the Tribunal tonight heavily criticises the Crown over river and lake pollution, and for blocking Māori from helping to fix the problem. Audio
Māori suicide prevention workers say they are undervalued and underfunded and they are pleading for more support as Māori suicide rates reach record highs.
An investigation is underway after a fire devastated a kōhanga reo in South Taranaki at the weekend.
Waikato-Tainui and the Kiingitanga are shutting down claims that they are about to buy back Ihumātao but have not ruled out the possibility.
The Department of Corrections has launched a major new strategy that aims to cut the number of Māori in prison from 52 percent down to 16 to match the overall Māori population. Audio
Te Panekiretanga o Te Reo Māori trained some of the nation's best Māori orators and broadcasters to reach the pinnacle of the Māori language.
Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little is ruling out a law change to open up private land for return to Māori in treaty settlements.
The government's being urged to revoke law preventing Māori from getting confiscated land back if it's privately owned.
Iwi and hapū are watching closely to see how the Ihumātao land occupation in South Auckland plays out.
Māori health experts have sent an open letter to the prime minister, asking her to withdraw police from the Ihumātao occupation.
The people at the heart of a Māori land protest in South Auckland are overwhelmed that the Māori King will visit them.
The face of the Ihumātao occupation has met with the Māori Development Minister over the Māori land dispute in South Auckland.
Protesters at the centre of the Ihumātao land dispute in South Auckland are disappointed that Jacinda Ardern has not shown up.
Insight - Vulnerable mothers desperately need access to more residential homes so they can keep their babies instead of watching them being taken into state care. Audio
A Māori-led inquiry will best understand what is working - or not - for Māori whānau, supporters say.
The North Island Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency has announced it is spearheading a Māori-led inquiry into Oranga Tamariki's practices and its outcomes for Māori.
Whanganui High School has stripped its gyms of their colonial names and replaced them with Māori names to "better reflect our nation".
Iwi leaders say dealing with Oranga Tamariki is difficult and frustrating and it's going to take huge improvements before a partnership between them will work.
Support workers remain unconvinced that new Oranga Tamariki laws will deliver immediate improvements for Māori in the system.
Kura kaupapa Māori in Tauranga are crying foul over continued requests for their students not to speak te reo Māori on the netball courts.
A Māori lawyer from the Far North, La-Verne King, has been sworn in as the newest judge in the District Court.
The biggest win for Māori in the Wellbeing Budget is a boost of $80 million for Whānau Ora over four years, Māori correspondent Leigh-Marama Mclachlan writes.