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Children gathered at a South Auckland community hub singing songs and learning basic Rotuman words and phrases as part of this week's Rotuman language celebrations.
Candlelight vigils have been held around the region to remember Tongan LGBTQIA+ activist Polikalepo "Poli" Kefu, who was found murdered near his home in Lapaha this month.
A new book is helping to showcase the wealth of writing talent from Asian writers in New Zealand. The 75 writers featured in A Clear Dawn: New Asian Voices from Aotearoa New Zealand have roots… Audio
Voices - Athletes observing Ramadan - the month of fasting in Islam - talk about how they balance their faith and sport. Audio
This last week of Ramadan Kadambari Raghukumar talks to two women athletes observing the fast during the Holy Month. Audio
Te Papa and the Department of Conservation spent $10,000 to return the body of a 350 kilogram turtle to Canterbury hapū, but say it was the right thing to do.
New Zealand became a refuge for top-level women's sports teams during Covid-19, hosting international netball and cricket matches when other countries couldn't or wouldn't.
But not every women's… Audio
A Māori charitable trust in Queenstown is accusing Bunnings Warehouse of wanting cultural performers on the cheap.
Mana Tāhuna says it was asked to do a dawn karakia and waiata to open a new store… Audio
The message from grassroots rugby to the professional players is clear - get onboard with the Silver Lake deal.
All 26 unions and the Māori Rugby Board approved plans to sell a 12.5 percent stake in… Video, Audio
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Laurie Mains has been playing rugby since he was a child, and went on to play for and coach the All Blacks.
He says he cannot fathom why the professional players are not getting in behind a deal that… Video, Audio
It was a resounding 'yes' from provincial unions today for New Zealand Rugby's plan to sell a portion of the organisation to US firm Silver Lake.
All 26 unions and the Māori Rugby Board gave the deal… Video, Audio
The health and wellbeing of Aotearoa's Pasifika Rainbow communities have mostly been overlooked.
That is until now.
The recently launched Manalagi Project is in phase one of research looking at the… Audio
On Thursday there will be a crucial meeting regarding the future of rugby in this country.
New Zealand Rugby will seek approval for a deal with US equity firm Silver Lake to buy a slice of the… Video, Audio
It's the multimillion-dollar deal New Zealand Rugby is so desperate to convert.
Tomorrow is the first hurdle in getting its $387 million deal with American private equity firm Silver Lake across the… Video, Audio
Stats NZ has updated its guidelines for data collection on gender, sex and variations of sex characteristics.
Rainbow young people are still facing higher rates of stigma and discrimination than their peers, according to new research.
Hundreds of protestors are back on the streets in the US state of Minneapolis after the fatal shooting of a black man on Sunday local time.
Daunte Wright, 20, was stopped for a traffic violation when… Audio
The spotlight being shone on anti-Asian attacks in America is spilling over to New Zealand, and has highlighted the fact that such sentiments lurk beneath the surface here too. Audio
Fiona Murphy is an award winning poet and essayist whose new memoir The Shape of Sound explores her experience of being deaf. She was in her first year of school when a hearing test confirmed she was… Audio
Fijian-Indians living in New Zealand are opposing moves by the government to classify them as Asians and not Pacific Islanders.