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An expert on the Treaty of Waitangi is supporting the protesters at Ihumātao, saying what is happening is a consequence of New Zealand's colonial past and the Crown's inability to treat Māori fairly.
As part of a restoration project by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei to bring life back to Okahu Bay in Auckland, 154 licensed moorings and boats have been removed.
Māori claimants in the Bay of Islands are objecting to a name change for Walls Bay, at Opua.
All the police cars and Fletcher Building contractor vehicles have left the front line at Ihumātao, leaving fewer than 10 officers.
New Zealand's first urban growth agreement between central government, local councils and mana whenua has been signed to manage development in the area between Hamilton and Auckland.
Pressure is building to review an Aviation Security policy on Māori taonga not being allowed to be taken onto planes.
A petition has been launched calling on the Prime Minister to visit Ihumātao, which hundreds of people have been occupying to oppose a new housing development.
A Māori man says he was left upset and frustrated after Aviation Security staff would not let him bring his walking stick onto a plane because they said it could be used as a weapon.
A Rotorua-based polytechnic is trying to turn around the region's poor health outcomes by offering the first health science diploma with a Māori worldview.
The country's biggest iwi says the botched 2018 census has left Māori without accurate data which will affect how much government funding iwi can get.
A tree brought back from the brink of extinction has formally been returned to its iwi in the Far North. Audio
The head of Stats NZ has resigned following the release of a report into the botched 2018 online census.
Moriori leaders reaching a settlement with the Crown say they hope it gets rid of the myths colonisation has caused to their people.
It's been a 10-year struggle for recognition of Māori burial grounds in the Taranaki region, a local kaumatua says.
A Hawke's Bay gang is using the ancient Māori tradition of massage and healing to help recover from a spate of suicides and prevent further deaths.
A wānanga and a university were among 20 institutions threatened with $9m in funding cuts because of their poor results for Māori and Pasifika students, the Tertiary Education Commission says.
Occupiers at Ihumātao are holding firm, on the back of a huge number of donations coming in from right around the country.
The Waitangi Tribunal has called for an urgent repeal on a law stopping prisoners from voting. Audio
A 160-year-old flag, from the time of the first Māori King, Pōtatau Te Wherowhero, has been returned to the Kīngitanga by the Anglican Church.
The government needs to act now to end the racist underpayment of Māori nurses, human rights lawyer and activist Annette Skyes says.