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Manurewa, Papakura and Ngā wharewātea marae each have drive-throughs on site and aim to deliver around 1400 parcels.
New papakainga housing is set to be built in Ngāruawāhia to provide safe and affordable homes for local whānau.
Iwi providers throughout the Whanganui region are stepping up mobile Covid-19 vaccination units to reach as many whānau leading into the holiday period.
Māori-led initiatives in the Bay of Plenty will be seeking ways to tackle the impact of climate change, helped by new funding from the regional council.
The Whakatāne community is gathering for a special ceremony to mark two years since the Whakaari / White Island eruption.
Whānau Āwhina Plunket staff will learn more about te ao Māori and ways to engage with Māori whānau under a new partnership.
The third and final reading of the deed of settlement recognising seven hapū of Ahuriri (Napier/Hawke's Bay) has passed in Parliament today.
The experiences of older Māori in aged residential care are at the centre of a new report aiming to improve access to quality care for kaumātua and their whānau.
A kaupapa Māori disability provider is sharing a message to support vaccine take up amongst the disabled Māori community.
A pregnant kororā or little blue penguin which was found dead at Pūtiki Bay several weeks ago was likely attacked by a dog, the Department of Conservation says.
Locals on Aotea Great Barrier Island are worried about the impact holiday travellers will have on the community when the country moves into the traffic light system tomorrow.
Auckland iwi Ngāti Pāoa are relieved that their calls for a rāhui to be placed around Waiheke Island have finally been heard.
A group of kaumātua in Auckland are among the first in the country to receive their booster shots this morning.
'Nau mai haere mai'- come and get vaccinated is the call Māori providers are sharing in preparation for this weekend's vaccination haul run by the Waikato District Health Board.
The New Zealand Māori council are gearing up to hold the government to account for what they say are failures to protect Māori during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Leading Māori health professionals are appalled the Ministry of Health has delayed releasing all available vaccination data to Māori that could be crucial to their survival.
An iwi racing to get its community vaccinated is apprehensive about the impact the loosening of restrictions will have in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Two siblings from Kāwhia are urging their whānau to get vaccinated decades on since they both fought and survived polio.
A wāhine Māori dietician is launching a $350,000 project to gather Māori knowledge and tikanga to help improve the health of for whānau, hapū and iwi.
Tangata whenua, environmentalists, and native bird experts on Waiheke island are outraged after the death of a kororā - little blue penguin - found near the site of the opposed Kennedy Point marina.
Rangatahi voices are set to be heard alongside the world's top CEOs, entrepreneurs and leaders during this year's APEC voices of the future summit.
Caine Tauwhare along with students from his carving school Whakaraupō Carving Centre Trust, carved the pou and gifted it in 2012 to help grow the presence of tāonga across the Banks Peninsula region.
Frustrations are growing over the deliberate destruction of a Māori carving in the Rāpaki area near Christchurch.
Descendants of Taranaki are remembering the peaceful resistance carried out by their tūpuna during the invasion of Parihaka 140 years ago.
Health officials are being accused of holding out on cash that would help a West Auckland Māori school boost Covid-19 vaccinations in their local community.