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Tensions are rising in rural Manawatū after a volunteer chopped a phallus off a Māori carving standing sentry to welcome hikers at a popular walking track.
Advocates supporting an open letter calling for the government to stop uplifting babies say the public have had enough and urgent change is needed.
With Oranga Tamariki still "uplifting" three Māori babies from their families each week, a petition says the organisation is not living up to its Māori name, and it must be changed.
Campaigners trying to protect whenua in Auckland are urging the government to intervene to prevent an occupation like Bastion Point.
The Wellington City Council has been unable to find a single consent for construction work at Tapu Te Ranga Marae, despite the building passing a Warrant of Fitness in April this year.
Many of the country's marae don't have smoke alarms and very few have sprinklers, Fire and Emergency says, which is putting marae assets worth millions of dollars at risk.
A group of 27 cub scouts, their families, and an American who has lived at Tapu Te Ranga Marae for six years escaped the devastating fire. Whānau say they believe it can be rebuilt.
The Detail: Newsroom's Melanie Reid has been reporting on children and babies being taken by the state for two years. Now, footage taken by the families involved reveals the brutal reality.
Newsroom's Melanie Reid has been reporting on children and babies being taken by the state for two years. Now, footage taken by the families involved reveals the brutal reality of what really… Audio
The whānau from Tapu Te Ranga Marae have begun planning to build a new shared living space or papakāinga where their marae once stood.
Two dams, a lime juicing plant and a Māori tourism venture are among 19 projects in Hawke's Bay that will receive nearly $70m in cash from the Provincial Growth Fund. Audio
Kelvin Davis has launched a $42m programme to counter racism and bias within schools - Te Hurihanganui, similar to Te Kotahitanga which was scrapped in 2013 - in Porirua.
Tapu Te Ranga Marae had passed a recent fire audit as part of the building's warrant of fitness, Rongotai MP Paul Eagle says. Audio
An environmental rāhui is being supported for the site of a potential landfill next weekend in a bid to stop the contentious project going ahead.
Some Island Bay residents forced to evacuate because of a large fire at a nearby marae in Wellington have returned to their properties this morning.
The surplus for businesses with Māori authority status was more than $700 million in 2017.
Racism is embedded in every area of the criminal justice system, according to a report released by the Safe and Effective Justice advisory group.
A Māori housing advocate say they are frustrated they aren't being used to help the government reach its housing targets.
The government is being criticised over the failure to remove thousands of cubic metres of asbestos and lead-contaminated soil from a land-banked former hospital site in New Plymouth.
Māori academics are urging the government to adopt long-standing kaupapa-Māori approaches to keep Māori children out of state care. Te Aniwa Hurihanganui asks an expert what it means.