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Moriori were filled with relief and emotion yesterday as the first reading of their Treaty settlement was passed in Parliament.
A group of kaumātua are backing calls made by Māori for the resignation of the board chair of Unitec.
For the past 20 years, Pearl Matahiki, known as "Aunty Pearl" has been a stalwart at the university and a champion for Māori academic success.
Māori and Chinese communities reported the highest rates of discrimination since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, new research shows.
Auckland iwi Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei are exhibiting a united front against cross-claims about policy settlements by the Crown.
The Green Party Māori caucus today outlined and affirmed their commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi and their visions and aspirations for Aotearoa.
Respected Māori Academic Dr Mānuka Henare (Te Aupōuri, Te Rarawa and Ngāti Kahu), was laid to rest last week after battling a degenerative illness for a short time.
A two-year rāhui on the waters around Waiheke Island - a bid to stop populations of four species of kaimoana from collapsing - is being put in place this weekend.
Whānau Ora's commissioning agency Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu has released a new funding programme for the South Island regions to help with pandemic recovery progress.
Nigel Borell, who resigned unexpectedly after putting together Auckland Art Gallery's largest exhibition of indigenous work, is calling on arts institutions to be better at sharing power.
The National iwi chairs forum has put forward six recommendations to the government which they say are a priority for mitigating the risk of Covid-19 for Māori and general public.
The decision to make the annual celebrations exclusive is due to internal issues at the pā, according to the MP for Te Tai Hauāuru, Adrian Rurawhe.
The Obamas have expressed frustration at the contrasting police responses to yesterday's storming of the Capitol Hill Building by a right-wing mob and ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.
Officers fired sponge rounds at the men on the roof of the burning high-security building during the standoff at Waikeria Prison, police have confirmed to RNZ.
Sources at Waikeria have told RNZ the remaining 17 men are protesting about dilapidated conditions, cramped cells, and a lack of basic supplies.
The University of Canterbury's first Doctor of Education has graduated saying he wants to be a good role model for his children.
Tributes have been flowing for the late Dr Rose Pere as te ao Māori mourns a revered spiritual leader.
Seven wāhine Māori from Raukawa have completed a 370km trek across the north island retracing the footsteps of their ancestor Māhinaarangi.
A hapū in Raglan has teamed up with Waikato Regional Council to help avoid utter devastation caused by possums on their whenua.
The government is rolling out a programme nationwide in an attempt to normalise te reo Māori within schools.
The Māori All Blacks weren't the only winners when they played against the Moana Pasifika team on Saturday - one spectator also won big on the night.
A new trades and training campus will be set up at Auckland's Hoani Waititi Marae to help more Māori and Pasifika into skills-based education.
West Auckland's Crum Park has had its name of Tahurangi Park reinstated, in a bid to normalise te reo Māori place names across the Auckland region.