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The Māori Council has accused Air NZ of appropriating Māori culture for profit.
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hoani Waititi Marae won the 2019 Focus Prize at the Prime Minister's education excellence awards last night.
Te wiki o te reo Māori - Poriana Hinemoa Luke is determined to be the first one in her whānau to speak te reo Māori, but she's come along way from being whakamā, or embarrassed, about her identity.
The government has come under fire for its lack of Māori suicide prevention strategy and its barriers to Māori mental health service providers getting funded. Audio
Nearly 40 years since the first kōhanga reo opened its doors in Aotearoa, only half the number of centres remain, and enrolments are declining at an alarming rate.
The government plans to increase suicide prevention services in DHBs, provide more funding to hospital emergency departments and fund free counselling for 2,500 people bereaved by suicide.
Te wiki o te reo Māori - The reo revitalisation has made its way to Australia, with Māori language schools popping up across Australia, including a kōhanga reo in the middle of the outback.
Thousands of people have gathered in Wellington for the first of six parades to celebrate te wiki o te reo Māori - the biggest turnout since they started.
The Media Council has ruled that a published letter to the editor in the Gisborne Herald was an abusive comment and has upheld a complaint.
A Māori land trust is not giving up its fight to build a holiday park on indigenous freehold land in the Bay of Plenty, despite a petition strongly opposing the development.
Te wiki o te reo Māori - More than two years on from when bilingual towns were first proposed, the small Kāpiti Coast town of Ōtaki is carving its own path to becoming reo rua (bilingual). Audio
Te Papa's museum's chief executive Geraint Martin is stepping down at the end of the year.
Te wiki o te reo Māori - Tewaia Nuku was not allowed to learn te reo Māori at high school until her senior years because she was deemed too advanced.
Three mountain-biking tracks have been illegally carved into a mountain in the Auckland suburb of Devonport.
In 1999 Hinewehi Mohi made history at the Rugby World Cup when she performed the New Zealand national anthem in te reo Māori. Twenty years on, she's making history again with a new album that… Video, Audio
Improving cancer care for Māori is a priority for the new Cancer Control Agency, its interim director says. Audio
Whānau are seeking a formal apology from an artist and contestant on The Block, saying a photo of their kuia has been defaced and dishonoured. Audio
A Flaxmere grandmother has gone viral on social media with her unusual violin playing skills.
Māori place names in the central North Island town Benneydale have been restored, in response to a request by the local iwi Ngāti Maniapoto.
The government's latest freshwater plans do not go far enough and fails to deal with the pressing issue of Māori water rights, Māori leaders say.