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Tauranga City Council has voted in favour of establishing a Māori ward at the next local elections in 2022.
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A small group of protesters picketed the High Court in New Plymouth this morning in support of an appeal against the $200 million Mt Messenger bypass roading project.
A Māori health expert says the new mandatory isolation rules for people who contract Covid-19 in the community are shocking, paternalistic and racist. Audio
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Researchers are urging the government to stop funding low-level tertiary courses that put young Māori into debt with no benefit to their future earnings.
Students at the University of Otago are fighting a proposal to limit the number of medical school admissions for Māori students through its Māori Entry Pathway.
Student representatives are worried proposed caps on the number of Māori and Pasifika admissions to the University of Otago Medical School could have negative implications for decades.
Kaumātua and kuia are already feeling anxious with the patrols in place, a Te Tai Tokerau border control spokesperson says.
In a koroneihana celebration like no other, the Māori King addressed the nation by urging people to care for one another as the Covid-19 crisis continues. Video
The new chief executive of Hawke's Bay District Health Board is pledging to improve services, especially for Māori and Pasifika, while also cutting the health budget.
An iwi-led checkpoint in the Far North will be in place today due to concerns from the community that too many vehicles have been travelling into the region.
The gates to the 14 Auckland volcanic cones will remain closed during Guy Fawkes unless the government move to ban the public sale of fireworks, the Tūpuna Maunga Authority says.
Research warns streaming school classes by ability is racist and should be stopped.
A Māori electoral expert wants assurances workers at voting booths will be properly trained in how the Māori roll works after mistakes at the last election.
Kauri are dying. A traditional Māori healer has one last chance to save an entire forest, one tree at a time. Video
Descendants of the original land owners of the Kāpiti Coast Airport and the local mayor are calling on the government to return it to mana whenua.
The return of land is a key element of a proposed settlement between Ngāti Maru - the only Taranaki iwi yet to settle - and the Crown.
Why do Māori live 7 years less than Pākehā? Alice delves into the health system and asks if more money should be spent on Māori health and less on her digestive system. Video