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Dame Claudia Orange's writing on the Treaty of Waitangi has contributed to New Zealanders' understanding of this history for over thirty years. Dame Claudia Orange spoke with Julian Wilcox. Audio
First Person: When I was at kura, basking in my reo and the mātauranga of my tūpuna, it was something my ancestors must have dreamed about, writes Te Aniwa Hurihanganui.
More than half of Kiwis have never been to the Waitangi Treaty grounds, a new survey reveals. Audio
Watercare's executive programme director the Central Interceptor project, Shayne Cunis talks to Jesse about where things are at with their work and what they've found along the way. Audio, Gallery
More than 200 people took part in a haka at Waitangi yesterday to open an exhibition showcasing waka and all those who have sailed aboard the Māori voyaging canoes.
He Kaupapa Waka was created to… Audio
Commemorations at Waitangi have been somewhat muted by concerns over Covid-19, but most politicians still travelled north this week to mark the signing of the Treaty in 1840.
A miscommunication meant… Audio
Matariki, the Māori New Year will be recognised with a public holiday for the first time in June next year, but it won't always fall on the same date.
Māori astronomers will use the positioning of… Audio
Formalities are well underway at Waitangi, ahead of the 2021 commemorations.
Speaking rights are in the spotlight this year and the National Party says it has been given a commitment Judith Collins… Audio
After years of controversy, speaking for rights for women political leaders on marae may change at Waitangi next year.
Allowance for Jacinda Ardern to deliver a speech from the mahau, or porch, was… Audio
On this day back in 1975, an 18-year-old Lynne Cox became the first woman to swim across Cook Strait from North to South Island. Audio
On this day in 1983, Karen Carpenter - American singer and drummer - died of cardiac arrest at her parent's house in California. Audio
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Dr Dan Hikuroa joins us on The Panel to share his thoughts on the new holiday. Audio
School students will be taught about the early battles and migration which shaped their region as part of a new history curriculum to be rolled out next year. Audio
Dr Grant Morris charts the golden age of NZ overseas travel from the mid-1960s to 2020. Audio
School students will be made to learn about the early histories of their region as part of a new history curriculum.
To be rolled out next year, the scheme will also see students up to year 10 taught… Audio
Politicians will make their way on to the Treaty Grounds as part of the Waitangi formalities today.
It will be a chance for the leaders of political parties to lay down their vision for Maori and… Audio
Today marks 90 years since New Zealand's deadliest natural disaster.
The Hawke's Bay earthquake struck the cities of Napier and Hastings, killing 256 people.
The quake's anniversary was marked with… Video, Audio
175 years on from the battle of Ruapekapeka, hapū in the Far North have acknowledged the British men killed in the conflict, despite suffering losses of their own.
A memorial honouring 12 soldiers… Video, Audio
A special service has been held in Napier today to mark 90 years since the deadly magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck. Audio
The Prime Minister has arrived near Ruapekapeka Pā in the far north to remember those who fought on both sides of the historic conflict 175 years on.
The battle of Ruapekapeka was one of the… Audio