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Former Ngāi Tahu chief executive Tahu Potiki has died.
Māori suicide prevention workers say they are undervalued and underfunded and they are pleading for more support as Māori suicide rates reach record highs.
A collection of taonga left on board Captain Cook's ship the Endeavour after its first voyage to Aotearoa will be returned to the Tairāwhiti region after 250 years.
A group of Māori landowners in Whakatāne are looking to turn their modest piece of whenua into a boat harbour to boost the region's economy.
Mental health experts have called on the government to establish a clear plan and invest more money to reduce the national suicide rate. Audio
The number of people dying by suicide in the last year has been the highest ever recorded, with a sharp increase among teenagers and Māori, new figures show. Video
An investigation is underway after a fire devastated a kōhanga reo in South Taranaki at the weekend.
Northland's Ngāti Hine people are in mourning, following the death of well-known kaumātua, and Waitangi stalwart, Pita Paraone.
An advocacy group for Māori says its elderly are forgotten New Zealanders and it wants policy makers to do more for them.
Māori at Ihumātao say the land should be gifted back, and iwi should not have to buy back what was once stolen from them.
The first leaseholder has taken ownership of property under the Waitara Lands Act, but not everyone is happy with the scheme.
Prime Minister Jacinda Adern says she will go to Ihumātao - but not until the standoff between iwi and Fletchers is over.
Oranga Tamariki will notify the iwi of any tamariki with Tūhoe whakapapa coming into their care, a model the iwi hopes will mean more Tūhoe families providing loving homes. Audio
One of the leaders of the Ihumātao occupation says reports that Waikato-Tainui is going to buy the disputed land is only speculation.
Hundreds of Ihumātao protesters, including a 73-year-old kaumātua, marched for six hours through heavy rain and strong winds to deliver a petition to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's electorate office. Audio
A new tobacco research programme has been launched that aims to eliminate disparities in smoking rates between Māori and non-Māori.
Iwi in the Far North have renewed calls for the speed limit outside Mahimaru Marae to be slashed in half, after a car crashed into the marae ātea.
A Wairarapa iwi is on a mission to lift the number of Māori language speakers among its kaumātua.
Strict word limits for Māori translations of local body election candidate profiles is a form of "institutional racism" and should be changed, a candidate says.
Kiingi Tūheitia says he is encouraged by the progress between opposing mana whenua at Ihumātao.