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A Māori man living in Melbourne has been turned away from a restaurant for having a full-faced tā moko, or mataora.
Māori midwives are too few and spread too thin across the country to handle rising Māori birth rates, and say a workforce strategy is desperately needed.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has sent a clear message to sponsors and partners to treat haka 'Ka Mate' with respect ahead of the World Cup in Japan this month.
Dover Samuels is calling on the Crown to say sorry to a generation of Māori whipped for speaking te reo at school.
A Māori health leader is calling for equal representation within the new cancer agency but wants Māori to decide what that looks like for themselves.
West Coast iwi Ngāti Waewae is calling on the government to revoke its decision to block a hydroelectric power scheme on the Waitaha River.
Classical music and kapa haka combine this week in Rotorua and Hamilton. Audio
A Māori youth advocate is hailing significant reductions in youth offending as good news, but says some areas of the justice system still need fixing.
The government has invested $2.7 million into a papakāinga (housing) development in Tauranga.
A $2 million government grant has been awarded to researchers to explore the inequities in the rates of cardiovascular disease among Māori and Pasifika.
The Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board has lifted the rahui on parts of Lake Taupō and the upper Waikato River.
People sentenced to community work have planted 15,000 trees on Northland's most historic pā site.
Nearly 30 years after Māori lodged a bid for legal protection for their intellectual and cultural property rights, the government has finally issued a formal response.
Success following the landmark Waitangi Tribunal report on fresh water degradation will require the Crown acknowledge Māori ownership rights over fresh water, a Māori leader says. Audio
Iwi leaders are urging the government not to sideline a landmark Waitangi Tribunal report into water rights and recognise Māori proprietary rights. Audio
New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell has come under fire by a Wellington iwi for printing the lyrics of the haka 'Ka Mate' on a new T-shirt line.
A landmark report from the Tribunal tonight heavily criticises the Crown over river and lake pollution, and for blocking Māori from helping to fix the problem. Audio
Wellington city councillors have voted against a move to dig deeper into the details around the controversial Shelly Bay project.
A Hokianga man will receive a humanitarian award next month from the Muhammed Ali Centre in the US for his efforts in helping minimise waste
A former New Plymouth mayor who campaigned for a Māori ward on the council is sceptical that a new voting system being used this year will return a more diverse group of councillors.