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A South Taranaki iwi is wrestling with a nice to have problem - how to spend $3 million in government funding. Video
A woman who set up a petition to make Matariki a public holiday says it will be a chance for all New Zealanders to learn about indigenous science and spirituality. Audio
Disabled Pasifika people receiving an allowance for extra costs are getting less than half that of Pākehā recipients.
An iwi health provider in the Far North has been forced to relocate its practice, after a deliberately lit fire destroyed part of its building.
A Labour Party promise to make Matariki a public holiday if re-elected has got many in te ao Māori excited, including one man who has dedicated his life to sharing his knowledge about the star… Video
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern is promising to make Matariki a public holiday if re-elected. Video
There has been no change in the survival disparity between Māori and non-Māori with lung cancer for more than a decade.
A researcher modelling Covid-19 death rates says 1300 Māori and Pasifika would die in the Counties Manukau district alone if community transmission was allowed to run rampant.
An independent review led by Sir Harawira Gardiner and Hekia Parata will look into claims of casual or structural racism at the University of Waikato.
Pressure is mounting on the Otago Medical School to front up to Māori and Pasifika about a proposal to cap admissions through the Māori Entry Pathway. Audio
A Canterbury Māori health leader is outraged the region's deficit-laden DHB has built a new emergency care unit for children but cannot afford to staff it.
Jamie-Lee Tuuta and Dr Carwyn Jones will replace Marcia Murray and Glenn Tootil as co-presidents of the executive at Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa, the Māori Law Society.
In this episode Alice is joined by co-host Kura Forrester they examine just how racist New Zealand is and why it is that Pākehā just cannot get their shit together and honor the Treaty. Video
The University of Otago has revealed to RNZ it is facing a legal challenge against its medical school admissions process, but denies it has anything to do with a recent proposal to impose caps on the…
The University of Otago has confirmed it could consider imposing caps on the number of Māori admissions to its medical school through a designated entry pathway, but has refused to give any more…
The Māori Party has today released its candidate list, with co-leaders Debbie Ngarewa-Packer sitting at number 1 and John Tamihere at a surprise number 7.
Representatives from the two Wellington mana whenua groups sit on the Strategy and Policy Committee and Annual/Long Term Plan Committee but are unpaid and unable to vote.
A High Court appeal against the Mt Messenger bypass project in Taranaki has been told that a hapū group at the heart of the case does not exist.
Twenty marae across the country have thrown their support behind Book a Marae, an online booking platform similar to Airbnb, but the business venture is struggling to get off the ground.
A number of kaumātua living alone in South Auckland who have no phone or internet access are reliant on a network of community groups and volunteers for support during the lockdown.