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In a first for New Zealand, a regional council is proposing to transfer work, such as monitoring beach water quality, to an iwi authority. Audio
The lead of the Māori inquiry into Oranga Tamariki says she is appalled the children's minister claimed she was never asked to do anything with the inquiry's report.
Gisborne District Council has announced it will officially revoke its decision to install two new replicas of Captain Cook's ship Endeavour without public consultation.
The Labour Māori Caucus acknowledges there was a lack of consultation about the Armed Police Teams trial and says it is opposed to the general arming of the police force.
Māori health providers are hoping to cement gains in healthcare but avoid inequity as they scale back targeted Covid-19 testing of Māori.
A Christchurch art gallery has apologised and pulled down controversial art after complaints the works appropriated Māori culture. Audio
Mayor Rehette Stoltz says she regrets voting in favour of installing two new replicas of Captain Cook's ship without consulting local iwi, and will now allow them to have their say.
Labour's Māori electorate MPs are returning to the party list this year after a bold play in 2017 saw them sweep all seven seats.
Newly knighted artist Derek Lardelli - mostly known in Aotearoa for composing Kapo o Pango (the All Blacks haka) - says it's a recognition of of all Māori arts.
Three generations of one whānau from Auckland working on the Kaikōura highway rebuild have decided to make the South Island home.
Mount Parihaka in Whangarei has been declared smoke and vape free at a dawn blessing, timed to coincide with World Smokefree Day today.
One of the country's best-known waiata has proven so catchy a US Defence Force musician says it's been "on a loop" in his head for weeks. Video, Audio
Opinion - Media leaders must help to ensure that Māori perspectives and diversity of voice are guaranteed and valued within the sector, writes Shane Taurima.
Far North District Council is looking to strengthen Māori participation in its local government decision making, with Māori wards one option being considered and another Māori seats with voting rights…
The new National leader is backing his front bench, saying he chose the shadow Cabinet line-up on merit and talent. Audio
Māori fishing companies have been providing heavily discounted fish to iwi, to support whānau during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Hauraki iwi initiative to provide firewood deliveries could keep whānau homes warmer this winter.
The new National Party leader has defended the lack of diversity on his front bench, saying there are plenty of talented Māori in the wider caucus.
A Filipino photographer's new life in Aotearoa was turned around after he discovered a new way to grow connections with community and land. Produced by Kadambari Raghukumar Audio, Gallery
Baits and traps have been deployed to catch a stoat on one of Auckland's pest-free islands after footprints were found on Wednesday.