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Checkpoints in the Far North running testing stations and turning tourists away with no isolation plans have been scaled back with organisers saying they have achieved their desired effect.
As a nationwide lockdown looms, thousands of New Zealanders are finding comfort and connection through live-streamed karakia.
More iwi are planning to close their tribal borders in the fight against Covid-19, despite warnings from police doing so is illegal.
Kōhanga reo are bracing themselves amid the threat of Covid-19 by allowing kōhanga reo trust staff to work from home, and temporarily banning large hui, wānanga and travel for kaimahi at kōhanga.
Eastern Bay of Plenty iwi Te Whānau ā Apanui has announced it will close its tribal boundaries to all outsiders, including tourists, from 25 March to protect its community from Covid-19.
A Wairarapa iwi is rallying around its most vulnerable amid the threat of Covid 19, preparing food packs and other essentials to every kaumātua in its rohe.
Three upcoming kapa haka regional competitions have been postponed amid the threat of Covid-19.
An upcoming regional kapa haka competition will go ahead for the first time ever without spectators.
As rumaki reo classes and other kura reo begin again for the year, RNZ journalist Te Aniwa Hurihanganui reflects on coming full circle back to te reo Māori.
Iwi were deceived when the Crown purchased the Awahou and Rangitikei-Manawatū Blocks - more than 240,000 acres of land - the Waitangi Tribunal has heard.
After weeks of drought and severe water shortages in the Far North, relief is on its way.
Whānau in the East Coast have been digging into their own pockets to provide food and financial support to those affected by major logging disruption in the region.
The Māori nursing population has remained static for 40 years, but a new Māori nursing degree in Auckland hopes to change that.
NZ Golf has learnt its lesson after a major blunder last year in which the winner of the New Zealand Open was bestowed with a fake korowai.
'I've been given four months to live' - A patient with terminal bowel cancer is backing calls for the government to screen patients earlier before it's too late.
Following a series of damning reports into child uplifts by Oranga Tamariki, a new team dedicated to investigating complaints about them already has cases.
Ngāi Te Rangi chief executive Paora Stanley says local iwi can play a crucial role in reducing gang violence in the Western Bay of Plenty.
Te Arawhiti has been criticised by National MP Matt King for its inability to say which government agency has led efforts to find a resolution to the Ihumātao land dispute.
Newshub has taken down the image of a kōhanga reo sign it used in a story about child abuse, following a complaint by the Kōhanga Reo National Trust.
More than a 100 years since Moriori were slaughtered, enslaved and falsely classified as extinct, a true account of their story is about to be entrenched in the law.
Ahead of a major Māori media review, Māori Television has reminded MPs the network hasn't had a funding increase in 11 years.
The proposed changes to RNZ Concert have provoked opposition from classical music lovers and even the PM, but some say the attention it has received highlights disparities in the arts sector.
More than 1000 people were up at the crack of dawn in Waitangi this morning to witness the opening Te Rau Aroha, a new museum honouring Māori who fought in conflicts here and overseas. Video
Māori inmates who suffer from a traumatic brain injury need Māori-specific assessments, or will risk making the same poor decisions that led them to prison in the first place, according to a…
Remarks by Shane Jones about Ihumātao protest leader Pania Newton have been described as sexist, misogynistic and an attack on the leadership of Māori women.