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Taranaki's largest iwi, Te Atiawa, is pushing ahead with plans to become the pre-eminent property developer in its rohe.
A rural health lecturer is concerned by the appearance of Covid-19 in a rural community, given what he says is their vulnerability to the virus. Audio
The Taranaki Mayoral Forum and the Taranaki Iwi Chairs' Forum say it's their collective view "we must create a Taranaki bubble to protect our people and our economy".
Leaders of Te Whānau a Apanui are considering placing alert level 4 restrictions over their rohe, including setting up checkpoints.
The council has unanimously approved the name, and formally accepted the name Paekākā for the area around the botanical gardens.
Wellington iwi are hopeful a new housing partnership with the Hutt City Council will get more Māori in the city owning homes.
Funeral home directors in Auckland are unsure what to tell whānau who have planned funeral or tangihanga services over the weekend.
After years of lobbying successive governments, local iwi on the East Coast have finally received funding and support to heal the ancestral Raukūmara Forest.
Whānau who suffer from a rare genetic mutation that leads to stomach cancer have said new international guidelines making it easier for Māori to get tested will save hundreds of lives.
A long-term programme to eradicate pests like possums, rats and feral cats from a large part of Banks Peninsula has been given a funding boost.
The Labour Party has launched its re-election campaign today with a promise to invest $311 million to help unemployed New Zealanders into jobs.
At least three hapū have written formal requests to Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little to stop negotiating the Whakatōhea Treaty settlement with its pre-settlement trust.
Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairoa descendants are overjoyed they can do up their wharenui, while also attracting their rangatahi back to their marae, with more than $1.5 million from the Provincial Growth…
Ngāpuhi hapū in a small Bay of Islands town are gearing up to occupy a public reserve to stop a neighbouring boatyard owner from using it.
Māori leaders say they have no faith in Oranga Tamariki and the chief executive needs to go after the latest report into the organisation found it was routinely taking newborns without whānau… Audio
Ōpōtiki's first Tuia Programme is already producing positive results amongst the community's youth.
At an event at the controversial Cloud Ocean bottling plant in Christchurch today, The Opportunities Party said governance of water could not be any worse than how it is now.
An investigation into Oranga Tamariki has found the ministry has been routinely removing newborn babies from their parents under a "without notice" court order, rather than in exceptional cases only. Video
Māori doctors are urging the Ministry of Health to reconsider postponing a self-swabbing cervical cancer programme they say is more effective, less invasive and more affordable. Audio
The unemployment rate for Māori has dropped significantly in the three months to June, falling to 6.7 percent from 8.7 percent last quarter.