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Four schools recognised on efforts to better recognise Māori language and culture.
No one had known the work existed until contacted by the Italian family that owned it.
140-year-old former Chief Post Office to be turned into a key visitor destination.
Auckland Diwali will be back as a two-day event at Aotea Square and Queen St in October.
'I understand the security guard is just doing his job.'
Takaimaania Ngata-Henare wins the Senior Māori Tā Himi Henare Memorial Trophy.
Review: But does Shane Bosher's latest live up to it's potential?
Matariki celebrations in Rotorua opened with a special pre-dawn ceremony on Mokoia Island.
"How would you feel if we did that to the rainbow flag, in a way that demeaned it?"
Liam Dann talks to BNZ's Renata Blair about bridging the cultural divide in banking.
Study breaks up "simplistic" label and closely examines experiences of Asian students.
Review: Believe the hype - The Lion King is not to be missed.
Tipenes describe increasing requests for funerals from Pākehā families as a "blessing".
The golden dome for Whangārei's Hundertwasser art centre is hoisted atop today.
Spectators expected to flock as Hundertwasser building crowned.
A collective of Te Arawa artists collaborate. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
Michael Hurst looks at the universe through the eyes of Galileo in a new play
Review: Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream is a one-man play that's never lonely.
Dr Jemaima Tiatia-Seath said public support has been "soothing" after racist voicemail.
Expert worries such videos on social media could put Māori children off their own culture.
New podcast: Green MP on gangster rap, living on 2-minute noodles and left-wing economics.
New Zealand has a new Popstar and her family hail from Northland.
Actor and writer Jacob Rajan talks about his life and work.
Surrealist Art: Masterpieces from Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen begins on June 12.