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Applicants wanting customary title of their coastlines say the longer the Crown takes the more people will die and not see justice.
A lawyer representing claimants in the Waitangi Tribunal Mana Wāhine inquiry says government funding to progress it shows a willingness to find a solution to address the disparity experienced by…
New figures show the gap between rangatahi Māori and non-Māori being arrested continues to widen.
Advocates supporting an open letter calling for the government to stop uplifting babies say the public have had enough and urgent change is needed.
With Oranga Tamariki still "uplifting" three Māori babies from their families each week, a petition says the organisation is not living up to its Māori name, and it must be changed.
A Māori housing advocate say they are frustrated they aren't being used to help the government reach its housing targets.
Some in the Māori health sector are concerned Māori needs and voices have been lost following the government's response to the long-awaited Mental Health and Addiction Inquiry.
Parliament has passed the third and final reading of a landmark bill that gives Ngāti Porou greater rights to marine and coastal resources.
Whānau Māori developing under-utilised freehold land is the focus of a new $56.1 million government investment.
The Waitangi Tribunal has heard the ban on prisoners voting is underpinned by racism and disproportianately impacts on Māori.
Master waka builder and navigator Sir Hekenukumai Busby has been laid to rest in the Far North.
Almost $100m will be spent over four years in a bid to break the cycle of Māori reoffending and imprisonment, and reduce the prison population by 30 percent.
Māori leaders in the fight for climate change say the government needs to let Māori determine climate change policy - not just be consulted.
The government needs to be accountable to iwi while it overhauls the welfare system, a whānau ora commissioning agency says.
Māori health organisations are calling for the government to overhaul what they say are discriminatory drug laws.
Hastings councillors have voted in favour of a proposal to increase Māori representation on its committees.
Tama Iti says he's noticed a huge increase in people wanting to kōrero about racism and white supremacy since the Christchurch terrorist killings.
The proposed reform of the industry training sector has angered one of the sector's Māori leaders, who says there's been a lack of consultation with Māori.
Auckland's Waitematā District Health Board has been overwhelmed with staff wanting to learn te reo Māori in an attempt to help improve health outcomes for Māori.
Opinion - Taking notice of the archaic views of some towards the use of te reo Māori by broadcasters only incites bile in the comments section, and in real life, writes Mani Dunlop.
A senior local surf club member who searched for men missing in the Kaipara boat tragedy says the operator erred in judgment by going out in atrocious conditions.
The bodies of five people have been recovered after a fishing boat got into trouble on the Kaipara Harbour. An air search for the missing trio will resume in the morning.
The fate of 23,000 tonnes of palm kernel extract is set to be decided in the next couple of days, with MPI refusing to disclose who the importer is.
Budget cuts and restructuring is increasing stress for tertiary sector staff, and forcing student support services to be cut.
Teachers' unconscious biases and low expectations are hurting Māori children and teachers need more support to deal with it, educationalists say.