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"It all starts with the way you say 'talofa'."
Manu Samoa played Tonga last weekend, in the first of two tests to see who will qualify for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Audio
The Dawn Raids were an opportunity for the largely Anglo-centric media to attack a vulnerable population, according to a former RNZ journalist.
She was a key player for the Silver Ferns for nearly a decade, and now Linda Vagana wants to turn the key and unlock a love of reading in young Māori and Pasifika. Audio
Thousands of people are expected to celebrate the return of Pasifika Festival when it opens in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland today.
New Zealand's Minister for Pacific Peoples says Pasifika health providers will play a pivotal role in vaccinating the second priority group, which includes older Pasifika people.
A group of Pasifika law students at Auckland University of Technology have raised concerns about the lack of support for Pasifika in its legal studies programme at the Manukau campus.
The new CEO of Wellington Rugby League says the future of the game is with Maori and Pasifika communities. Audio
There are fears members of a Tongan church in Auckland at the centre of a residency scam are afraid to file a complaint in case they are deported.
Pasifika healthcare providers are expected to play an integral part of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in New Zealand. Audio
Playwrights, teachers, reverends, advocates and athletes are among the 13 Pacific people who have received New Year's Honours. Audio
New Zealand boxers Joseph Parker and Junior Fa are dismissing concerns about their health and fitness ahead of their heavyweight clash.
A charitable trust for Pacific art and artists has expanded its premises to include its first gallery in central Auckland.
Hundreds of welfare packs have been distributed in one of the Wellington region's most vulnerable suburbs during the Covid-19 lockdown.
International aid charities in New Zealand are stepping in to help out Pacific neighbours, but they face a dilemma.