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Rachel pays homage to one of her adored ancestors, Matiretoha, in a waiata composed by Troy & Huia Kingi, before taking to the mic and performing her original love song, I te Pō. Video
The stress of "consultation fatigue" is being felt by tangata whenua, according to two Māori ward councillors who have spoken out at recent meetings.
Public Service Minister Nicola Willis is softening her comments to RNZ suggesting the government would prevent bonuses being negotiated for te reo Māori proficiency.
Labour leader Chris Hipkins says the new government is taking a backwards step by discouraging the use of te reo Māori. Audio
The Kiingitanga chief of staff said there was a lot of divisive rhetoric during the election campaign which was being felt by many New Zealanders. Audio
The rally in Tauranga was to support Toitū Te Tiriti and was led by Ngāi Te Rangi in response to the national call to action opposing government policies impacting Māori.
Te Pāti Māori MPs' swearing in at Parliament appears to have included oaths to King "Harehare", as well as to mokopuna, the Treaty and tikanga Māori.
The government's policies fly in the face of what Te Tiriti represents for the nation, Te Pāti Māori co-leader Rawiri Waititi says. Audio
The Minister for Māori Development says he strongly disagrees with criticism that the government is "anti-Māori". Audio
Te Pāti Māori co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer is defending protest action just days into a new government taking office. Audio
Te Pāti Māori is calling on the community to join in, and police say people with time-sensitive commitments should be prepared.
Harry pays tribute to our voyaging waka and the ancestral courtyards of his hapū in two original waiata Māori written by his uncle. Video
A Māori data programme in Manawatū is celebrating the graduation of its first data apprentices.
Two Tauranga hapū will be able to reconnect with their whenua with reserve land likely to be returned to them.
Analysis - Religious beliefs among Māori have shifted significantly over the past two decades.
Te Pāti Māori's co-leader has accused the new government of "deliberate .. systemic genocide" over its policies to roll back the smokefree policy and the Māori Health Authority.
As the dust of the new coalition government settles Māori experts are looking ahead to what the next parliamentary term will bring.
A concert that combines the world of jazz with Te Reo Māori, in a dynamic performance of original material as well as jazz standards sung by Whirimako Black, Leon Wharekura and Allana Goldsmith. Audio
South Taranaki's iwi and council have drawn up a new partnership agreement just as the new coalition government plans to take an axe to co-governance.
Launched in 2018, the Māori Carbon Collective was promoted as an indigenous approach to carbon farming, enabling iwi to prosper from the Emissions Trading Scheme while helping to tackle climate… Video, Audio