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Film maker Renae Maihi hopes the conversation about racism will continue, after Sir Robert dropped his defamation case against her.
Sir Bob Jones has withdrawn his defamation case against Renae Maihi, who set up a petition after he wrote an article which suggested Māori should be grateful to Pākehā for existing.
Tears flowed as the film maker being sued by Sir Robert Jones talked about how denigrated she felt by his column which suggested Māori should be grateful to Pākehā for existing.
Sir Robert Jones has admitted he has never read the petition calling for his knighthood to be revoked that he claims defamed him.
The first day of the defamation trial taken by millionaire Sir Robert Jones kicked off in the High Court at Wellington today to a packed public gallery.
Oranga Tamariki has backed Ngāti Porou's whānau-based approach to stop any more of their tamariki going into state care by 2025, but won't commit to new funding yet.
The Transport Agency has stopped all work on a walking and cycling path along the Kaikōura coast because it was vehemently opposed by local Māori.
An Auckland iwi displaced from their land for 180 years has called a compromise on the future of Point England reserve a "win-win".
The people of Tairāwhiti are being warned that crayfish, pāua and kina could die out as a result of climate change.
Pāua populations in the Marlborough region have been decimated by overfishing after a ban was placed along the Kaikōura coast, following the 2016 earthquake.
Land Information New Zealand has given twenty-two places from Fiordland to the East Cape both English and Māori names.
Descendants of Tūhoe prophet Rua Kēnana are preparing for over 200 people guests to arrive at Maungapōhatu Marae for the official signing of the pardon bill.
The Tauranga City Council has finally voted in favour of "giving some mana back to iwi" by gifting contested land back to tangata whenua after a year of going back and forth.
The former private secretary to the Māori King has pleaded guilty to six charges of fraud which include taking over $27,000 for a gastric bypass.
A Waitangi Tribunal report has found the Crown "took advantage" of the relationship breakdown between two different Ngāti Maniapoto mandated groups in order to meet its own goal of getting iwi…
A "shocking" lack of communication between the Ministry of Social Development and Corrections is putting former prisoners at high risk of reoffending, say advocates.
An Ōtaki-based wānanga has received a one-off $10 million research grant after arguing the government's funding model left it at a disadvantage.
Kaikōura mana whenua are threatening to occupy land to stop a walking and cycling path being built on burial sites at Mangamaunu, despite assurances from the rebuild alliance it is looking for another…
A Wellington iwi group is sending a warning to the Endeavour it is not welcome.
A special character school in Christchurch with a waitlist of over 200 Māori students can't get signoff from the Ministry of Education for a new site to build not just a school, but a village.
Hundreds of mourners have paid their respects and shared their aroha for actor, playwright and producer Nancy Brunning.
Some saying euthanasia does not sit with the Māori worldview of death, and others saying whānau should have the choice.
The performing arts community has paid tribute to Nancy Brunning as a powerful actress, and advocate for wāhine Māori characters to be centre stage.
Descendants of Rua Kēnana are backing proposed changes to the pardon bill that would make the Crown take greater responsibility for the unlawful conviction of their ancestor.
Māori teachers and parents are calling for the qualifications authority to change the NCEA timetable, with the English and te reo Māori exam scheduled on the same day.