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The Māori King's former spokesperson is shocked at how much money was fraudulently taken from the Kiingitanga - some of which was used for gastric bypass surgery.
Fifty-six-year-old Te Rangihiroa… Audio
Hunger for land and the rise of Kingitanga prompted Governor George Grey to invade Waikato in 1863. Fighting spread over years and into the Bay of Plenty, devastating Maori. But it was not as… Audio
Candidates for the Māori seat of Hauraki-Waikato debate Kingitanga, te reo Māori, broadcasting, the Te Ture Whenua bill, water, climate change, poverty, and housing. Audio
The Poukai is a gathering instigated by Kiingi Tawhiao in 1884 to look after the Pouaru, the whanau panui and the rawakore (the widowed, bereaved and the destitute) following the Land Wars in 1863… Audio
Andrew Little says he is yet to have a meeting with the Māori King after two years as Labour Party leader.
The Māori Party is to work more closely with the Māori King movement on what it describes as "key issues for the betterment of Maori".
Celebrations are under way in Waikato to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the coronation of Māori King Kiingi Tuheitia.
Opening with the encounter between Hongi Hika and King George IV in London in 1820, Dame Anne Salmond traces the themes of rangatiratanga and sovereignty from then through the Declaration of… Audio