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Sina Solomona regarded 15-year old Bronson Kelekolio…

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A petrified Greymouth woman hit the floor when she…

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Iwi probes $20m trust gap
Iwi probes $20m trust gap

A $20 million hole in the accounts of the central North Island iwi has raised questions about the way settlement money was…

Actor distances himself from Mana
Actor distances himself from Mana

The Dark Horse actor Cliff Curtis was a no-show at one of the Mana Party's campaign events yesterday and says his "supposed…

Hopes for 'apopo' in weather forecast
Hopes for 'apopo' in weather forecast

The Maori Language Commission says that it has approached TVNZ, TV3 and the MetService about using the Maori word for "tomorrow"…

Kites expected to pull crowds
Kites expected to pull crowds

The Matariki festivities held around Auckland near their end today with one of the biggest events — the Manu Aute Kite Day…

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Tuhoe takes lead in homeland's future
Tuhoe takes lead in homeland's future

The remote, misty, immense Te Urewera country is a treasured place that no one should own - to own it…

Landmark Ngai Tuhoe settlement passes reading

Ngai Tuhoe will take the lead role in the future of their homeland, including Te Urewera, under a landmark settlement that…

Volcanoes given back to iwi care

The Crown is gifting some of Auckland's most historic and recognisable assets - 14 volcano sites - to a group of 13 iwi…

Mac and Ron put accent on spelling

Mac and Ron are on a linguistic and historic mission to right Maori spelling and pronunciation howlers in West Auckland.

Nikau, Aria take lead in names
Nikau, Aria take lead in names

Nikau remains the most popular name for Maori boys born last year while Aria takes the top spot for…

Aunty: Paki needs redemption

The Maori King's son needs to focus on redemption and becoming a contributing member of society, his aunt Labour MP Nanaia…

Few non-Maori pick language for study at secondary school

Only 4 per cent of non-Maori secondary school students are learning te reo Maori, the latest figures show.

Scammers use te reo ploy

Scammers are renewing an old con by using te reo Maori in bogus emails, but tech and language experts say they're so bad…

Bill 'about giving decisions back to iwi'
Bill 'about giving decisions back to iwi'

A new bill that will change how te reo Maori is safeguarded will have its first reading in Parliament…

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