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This is a story about a Chinese shipwreck, the Māori guardians of the bones, and the documentary maker who's upset two cultures with his efforts to tell the tale. Audio
The government failed to consult iwi and its own scientists before recommending new water pollution limits shouldn't apply to prime food-growing areas.
Jobs and a chance to reconnect with the whenua are the positive outcomes for an iwi of the government's Jobs for Nature programme.
A Heritage New Zealand report has recommended granting Howick's Stockade Hill Category 2 heritage status due to its links to the New Zealand land wars and the two World Wars.
Māori, Pacific and Chinese New Zealanders are less likely than others to feel their values align with the criminal justice system, according to a survey out today.
Legalising cannabis would significantly improve police bias against Māori, a report by the prime minister's chief science adviser suggests.
There are calls to expand a family support programme that has stopped 116 children from going into state care.
The Dalai Lama is making a bid for music chart stardom on his 85th birthday, with the release of an album inspired by one of his Auckland followers. Audio
The West Coast Tai Poutini Conservation Board is back on track after a six-month impasse with Ngāi Tahu over Treaty principles.
One of the first European women to settle in Aotearoa in 1806 who arrived after leading a mutiny on a ship which had set sail for Tasmania, is the subject of a video work by Lisa Reihana, an artist of…
An expert in Māori death customs says a plan to recycle Auckland's wastewater may breach tikanga.
One of Ngāi Tahu Tourism's biggest attractions, the Shotover Jet, has reopened.
A damning investigation by Newsroom citing multiple anonymous sources has claimed the culture at the Ministry can be toxic and staff do not always put children first.
At least five North Island iwi will be severely impacted from new restrictions to protect endangered dolphins, and there are concerns the changes will undermine promises under the Treaty of Waitangi.
A Rotorua iwi is set to benefit from a $55m upgrade to roading infrastructure near its planned housing development.
The Provincial Growth Fund is to invest almost $27 million in five port-related projects in Whanganui.
Thousands of whānau are living through winter in poor housing - statistics show more than one in three Māori live in cold, damp and sometimes mouldy homes.
The government proposes regulations under the Wildlife Act to ban the sale of moa bones and other remains of extinct species. Audio
The Māori tourism body in Hawke's Bay is feeling unheard and left out of the region's tourism strategy.
Tūhoe astronomer Professor Rangi Matamua is the first Māori to win one of the country's top science awards.