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Parents are accusing an embattled Lower Hutt school of marginalising Māori children and failing to always protect their cultural, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
Officials will no longer have the power to enter marae without a warrant under the government's Water Services Bill.
An Auckland couple who breached lockdown to go to Wānaka have thrown name suppression into the spotlight. RNZ can now reveal startling statistics about suppression.
A discharge without conviction can spare a person guilty of a crime years of struggle and stigma, but it's Pākehā who are being granted more each year.
Some young people are struggling to retain their fluency in te reo Māori after moving from kōhanga reo or kura kaupapa to mainstream schools.
Oranga Tamariki has admitted that it sometimes asks District Health Boards to keep children at hospitals longer than they are clinically required while they try to find them a suitable placement.
Car loads of people queued up at Auckland's first drive-thru vaccination site at a marae today, an initiative many hope will boost low vaccination rates among Māori.
RNZ may have found one of the country's largest bubbles - Whanganui Collegiate School, which has allowed nearly a 100 students and staff to remain on-site during lockdown.
The group tasked with creating a new Māori Health Authority has been told to ensure tino rangatiratanga is embedded at every level and iwi partnership boards have teeth.
Families mourning the loss of their loved ones are grappling with tighter restrictions on funerals and tangihanga, which prevent them from being present at any stage of the funeral process.
Judith Collins' Aotearoa debate set in motion a wave of hurt. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui reports on the harm done when debate spirals into racism.
Three students have been excluded from Feilding's Hato Pāora College after a police investigation into what the boarding school is calling "inappropriate sexual behaviour".
Staff at the Te Arawhiti, the Office for Māori Crown Relations, are leaving the agency at high rates, with multiple former Māori staff accusing it of racism.
How could the government offer land on Aotea/Great Barrier as part of a Treaty of Waitangi settlement for iwi who no longer live on the island without consulting with an iwi who do?
Police have no idea how many photographs of Māori youth are stored in their intelligence database, but continue to insist officers are not racially profiling them.
Turoa Karatea frequently scratches himself until he bleeds, but will a Waitangi Tribunal inquiry finally deliver him and other Vietnam veterans compensation before they die?
Private security company Cityguard has admitted its staff photograph children as well as anyone else involved in incidents they intervene in while on patrol. Audio
Ahead of a nationwide rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine to kaumātua, health providers say they're up against a tidal wave of misinformation and a deep-rooted distrust of the health system. But Māori are…
Forget the pōwhiri: Officials will be able to enter marae without a warrant if a new water safety Bill is passed, even though no marae water supply has ever caused an outbreak of illness..
Across the country, police are approaching innocent young people, photographing them, collecting their personal details and sending it all to a national database.
There are growing suspicions facial recognition technology is being used on police photographs of innocent young people.
The IPCA and the Privacy Commissioner are broadening their investigation into the police practice of photographing innocent youth to include any member of the public.
First Person: When I was at kura, basking in my reo and the mātauranga of my tūpuna, it was something my ancestors must have dreamed about, writes Te Aniwa Hurihanganui.
A crowd in Whangārei has been told Labour is a government full of Pākehā, but committed to kaupapa Māori. Audio
A passionate, heartfelt haka at Waitangi opened a new exhibition showcasing waka and all those who have sailed aboard the Māori voyaging canoes.