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There was a street festival vibe to many Pasifika-organised Vaxathon events around the country today.
Concern is growing that prolonged Covid-19 lockdowns are causing an increase in online gambling within Pacific communities, according to a problem gambling support service. Audio
Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium has been announced as the new home ground for the inaugural Moana Pasifika's Super Rugby team.
While the New Zealand Government urges 'caution' over its decision to ease restrictions in Tāmaki Makaurau, some health experts are not so sure it was the right thing to do.
Thousands of Pasifika students affected by the Auckland Level-4 Lockdown face a significant barrier to learning from lack of access to digital devices and wi-fi. Audio
One of the positive cases from the Assemblies of God Church of Samoa cluster has shared his experience of recuperating from Covid-19 while in quarantine with his family of eight.
The first of a series of Pasifika mass vaccination events begins today, making immunisations against Covid-19 for communities more accessible.
The debate surrounding the conversion therapy ban is heating up, but mis-interpretations from some churches are causing fear within families. Audio
Several organisations in New Zealand supporting Pasifika families with basic necessities during alert level 4 lockdown are seeing greater numbers requesting help. Audio
The New Zealand government is to give a $26 million boost to support Pacific communities during the current outbreak of Covid-19.
Opinion - If one thing is certain during these uncertain times of Covid-19, it is that a hurting community doesn't need more pain thrown its way.
Shot putter Lisa Adams has won New Zealand's second gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics with victory in the F37 shot put.
New Zealand para-swimmer Tupou Neiufi has claimed the gold medal in the 100m backstroke S8 category at the Tokyo Paralympics.
RNZ photographers were there at today's Dawn Raids Apology capturing the ceremony.
Dame Valerie Adams has claimed a bronze medal in the shot put at the Tokyo Olympics
A generation of Pasifika in the late 1990s used creativity as an outlet to vent their trauma over the Dawn Raids. Audio
First Person - Although Banabans share the language with the people of Kiribati, they have an identity and history that is distinct, writes Hele Ikimotu. Video
A recently published New Zealand Medical Journal article, indicated that Pasifika are three times more likely to be hospitalised for the virus than other ethnic groups.
The Dawn Raids were an opportunity for the largely Anglo-centric media to attack a vulnerable population, according to a former RNZ journalist.
'Pacific Studies' proposed to be taught in NZ schools Audio