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An expert on the Treaty of Waitangi is supporting the protesters at Ihumātao, saying what is happening is a consequence of New Zealand's colonial past and the Crown's inability to treat Māori fairly.
As part of a restoration project by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei to bring life back to Okahu Bay in Auckland, 154 licensed moorings and boats have been removed.
RNZ journalist Te Aniwa Hurihanganui was about to catch a plane when a worker saw her name and asked, how on earth did you spell that as a kid? It wasn't the first time.
The government has been trying - and failing - to get Ngāpuhi to enter into treaty settlement negotiations for a decade. It's cost $10m so far.
As hundreds of people continue their peaceful occupation at Ihumātao, kaimahi behind the scenes are making sure every person who visits the site experiences manaakitanga.
People are taking time off work to occupy the land at Ihumātao again this week, despite assurances by the Prime Minister that construction will halt until the land dispute is resolved. Audio
A law that allows state caregivers to become 'special guardians' of a child, and decide how much access they have to their parents, has come under fire from Māori lawyers.
Some Māori are urging whānau to improve their health by ditching dairy and meat - and embracing veganism. Video
The Māori Affairs Select Committee has recommended that anyone wanting to use the word 'Parihaka' for commercial purposes must get permission from the Parihaka Papakainga Trust.
A new health clinic in Hamilton has combined western medicine and rongoā Māori to give patients more choice when they walk through the door.
Māori language advocate Dame Iritana Tawhiwhirangi says Māori need to stop working for government agencies, and operating within western structures that don't prioritise the importance of whakapapa…
The New Zealand College of Midwives has elected its first Māori president, Nicole Pihema.
Police are hunting for a 13-year-old girl who has gone into hiding from Oranga Tamariki, alleging she's been abused in state care and wants to be with her whānau.
A Rotorua whānau has issued a public appeal for information about a pounamu which was stolen from a grave site at Kauae Cemetery in the city.
A family says Oranga Tamariki has slashed their weekly visits with their child in order to "wean" the boy from his parents before he is placed in permanent care.
A Porirua gang member is putting unwanted fish heads and frames to good use by delivering them to hungry families in his community.
The High Court has awarded $500,000 in costs to Toni Waho for being wrongly removed from Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Board.
Māori academics are urging the government to adopt long-standing kaupapa-Māori approaches to keep Māori children out of state care. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui asks an expert what it means.
Kōhanga reo staff in Wellington were brought to tears today when a wage boost was announced, including money for voluntary workers to be paid.
Māori Women's Welfare League's former president Areta Koopu has become a Dame in this year's Queens Birthday Honours.
Wintec's centre for Health and Social Practice wants to develop practitioners who can work effectively with whānau, pronounce Māori patient names correctly and understand Māori customs.
The number of Māori employed by DHBs must double in the next 15 years to meet the needs of the country's most vulnerable people, according to a new report.
For Ngāti Hinerangi, reclaiming their identity as an iwi hasn't been an easy journey.
The country's leading body for emergency medicine will give all senior staff and trainees education in te reo Māori and the Treaty of Waitangi.
The country's biggest iwi Ngāpuhi will meet in Whangarei tomorrow to find a new way forward for its treaty settlement, following a failed attempt to renew its mandate last year.