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Occupiers of the disputed land at Ihumātao have been shut out of talks with the government about finding a resolution, saying they haven't had any direct contact with ministers in more than a month.
People in the Far North are now looking for a new face to lead the country's biggest iwi, following the unexpected resignation of Te Rūnanga ā iwi o Ngāpuhi chair Sonny Tau.
Ngāpuhi leader Sonny Tau has resigned as the chairman of Te Rūnanga ā iwi o Ngāpuhi.
The second phase of the Health Services and Outcomes Kaupapa Inquiry has kicked off in Wellington, where Wai 2575 claimants are sharing their views on the inequalities faced by Māori.
Whānau support and maintaining ties to cultural identity are crucial in the care of kaumātua who have mate wareware, or dementia, a new study has found.
The government has failed to deliver transformative change for Māori - that's the clear message the Māori Women's Welfare League president has sent to members at this year's national conference.
The creator of a new online iwi data tool believes it will allow iwi to register more of its people, and see a greater voter turnout at elections.
As hundreds of candidates compete for a spot on their local council, some are determined to go a step further and make history, by becoming their region's first Māori mayor.
The legislation for Ngāti Hinerangi's Treaty settlement has had its first reading in Parliament.
Four major iwi in the Tūranganui ā Kiwa region are refusing to hold a pōwhiri for a fleet of vessels, including a replica of Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour and the Navy, set to arrive in the city…
The far North iwi Ngāti Kahu has banned a replica of Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour from docking in Mangonui as part of a national commemoration marking 250 years since Cook's arrival in Aotearoa.
Tia Wright's former high school was unable to teach her te reo Māori in her senior year so she arranged video-link lessons from a teacher on Waiheke Island.
Hinematererangi Mackey-Pasene has grown up in Māori spaces her entire life, but now, she's having to adjust to life among the "minority" at university
Te wiki o te reo Māori - Poriana Hinemoa Luke is determined to be the first one in her whānau to speak te reo Māori, but she's come along way from being whakamā, or embarrassed, about her identity.
Nearly 40 years since the first kōhanga reo opened its doors in Aotearoa, only half the number of centres remain, and enrolments are declining at an alarming rate.
Thousands of people have gathered in Wellington for the first of six parades to celebrate te wiki o te reo Māori - the biggest turnout since they started.
A Māori land trust is not giving up its fight to build a holiday park on indigenous freehold land in the Bay of Plenty, despite a petition strongly opposing the development.
Te wiki o te reo Māori - Tewaia Nuku was not allowed to learn te reo Māori at high school until her senior years because she was deemed too advanced.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has sent a clear message to sponsors and partners to treat haka 'Ka Mate' with respect ahead of the World Cup in Japan this month.
West Coast iwi Ngāti Waewae is calling on the government to revoke its decision to block a hydroelectric power scheme on the Waitaha River.
Nearly 30 years after Māori lodged a bid for legal protection for their intellectual and cultural property rights, the government has finally issued a formal response.
New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell has come under fire by a Wellington iwi for printing the lyrics of the haka 'Ka Mate' on a new T-shirt line.
A collection of taonga left on board Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour after its first voyage to Aotearoa will be returned to the Tairāwhiti region after 250 years.
Iwi in the Far North have renewed calls for the speed limit outside Mahimaru Marae to be slashed in half, after a car crashed into the marae ātea.
A Wairarapa iwi is on a mission to lift the number of Māori language speakers among its kaumātua.