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Jacob Ngaha believes he's Aotearoa's very first Māori quantum physicist. He says there's room for mātaraunga Māori in the science world - and he wants more rangitahi to join his learning journey.
Paige Tapara was inspired to become a pop star after watching an American tween movie as a child. Now, she wants to inspire queer Māori artists to own their space in Aotearoa's music industry.
The Detail podcast brings you the issues behind the news every weekday. Here's what we covered this week. Audio
Co-governance is alive and well in many organisations across the country - how does it actually work? Audio
Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa and Ngāti Te Whiti hapū have revealed the new name and facade of a prominent New Plymouth building.
A new integrated Māori keyboard will help to increase the visibility and use of tohutō.
An increased appetite to learn Te reo Māori among different parts of the Parliament system means the work of the Māori Language Service is in demand more than ever. Audio
The Treaty Negotiations Minister says the Crown is deeply sorry for the way a Wairarapa iwi has been treated.
Some of Aotearoa's finest artists - including Stan Walker, Troy Kingi and Bic Runga - are performing in a concert to raise funds for communities hit by Cyclone Gabrielle. Watch a live stream of the…
Ngāti Pūkenga have launched a digital history of their iwi, from the first arrival of their tīpuna in Aotearoa, all the way through their Treaty Settlement to the present day.
The Māori All Blacks are one of New Zealand's top sports teams and national Māori cricket teams could soon walk out on to the park too.
A Waikato hapuu is calling on the Hamilton City Council to immediately abandon any plans to develop what Māori say is an historic paa site.
After a five-year hiatus, the biennial Tūhoe festival, Te Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe, is set to return over Easter weekend.
A summit is being held in Nelson this week to help people consider how to be good ancestors, in the face of increasing challenges.
An archaeological site has been brought to life at the Kaikōura Playcentre.
The recipients of the Ngarimu VC and 28th Māori Battalion Scholarships for the 2023 academic year have been announced. Video
This time, the council is picking up the tab.
The creator of the largest indigenous film festival in the world - which kicks off today - is pleased with how much it has grown in 10 years. Audio
Two days into a walk along the length of the highway, a Ngāti Porou social media star says the support he is getting from communities is overwhelming. Audio