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Iwi consultation on changes needed to bring the Department of Conservation's policies in line with the Treaty of Waitangi, as per its legislation, is going ahead.
There are fears that proposed new gun laws aiming to curb gang violence will affect Māori with only loose connections to gangs.
Last week councillors voted six to four against establishing a Māori ward, deferring the matter until 2023.
Hundreds of people have gathered outside the Manuwatū District Council buildings in Feilding to protest against the council kicking the can down the road on Māori representation. The council voted… Audio
Iwi have told the Taranaki Regional Council they want more money to cope with a flood of resource consents in Taranaki.
Health workers at the frontline of fighting high rates of cervical cancer among Māori women say a new, easier, test is promising but it isn't a one-stop fix.
Long-awaited funding for cervical screening tests and a new breast screening system are welcomed, but much more needs to be done, health leaders say.
Te Papa and the Department of Conservation spent $10,000 to return the body of a 350 kilogram turtle to Canterbury hapū, but say it was the right thing to do.
Half of wāhine Maori have experienced sexual or physical violence, according to data provided within a 2020 government report briefing.
The pā that saw the first shots of the Taranaki Wars deserves higher public priority, Māori have told New Plymouth District Council.
Hundreds of Māori leaders have gathered in Porirua to discuss the big kaupapa for iwi and hapū, including how they will inform the design of the new Māori Health Authority.
Concerns about the He Puapua report - on how to better uphold indigenous rights - are being dismissed by Minister for Māori Development Willie Jackson. Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the government has nothing to hide over a report commissioned on how to better uphold indigenous rights.
A 20-year plan to establish Māori sovereignty is political dynamite. It threatens the prime minister's reputation as open and transparent, Graham Adams writes.
The author of a report described by National leader Judith Collins as "divisive" says she wishes it was not used as a "political tool".
One of Rio Tinto's top executives has been meeting with Southland iwi today about the closure of the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter.
A Māori charitable trust in Queenstown is accusing Bunnings Warehouse of wanting cultural performers on the cheap, but the company insists there's been a misunderstanding.
The Pūkaha Forest in northern Wairarapa was officially gifted to the nation by Rangitane today.
National is accusing Labour of trying to sneak through a divisive plan to set up separate systems for Māori at all levels - including in Parliament.
Prominent Māori leaders who called for the power Oranga Tamariki exercises in respect to tamariki Māori to be devolved to iwi and hapū have backed the Waitangi Tribunal's recommendations that the…