My parents had a dream that we would become well educated
Lockdown opened new doors for Lesieli Oliver.
It is hard to feel dignity when one is always hungry
EEO Commissioner Kaihautū Ōritenga Mahi Saunoamaali’i Karanina Sumeo on dignity.
Treaty Negotiations Minister says Govt is focused on progressing settlements
Everyone will have a different point of view regarding history, Paul Goldsmith says.
Kiri Nathan among Māori names for prestigious award
Māori fashion designer a finalist for New Zealander of the Year.
Rangatahi in Blenheim mobilise to come to Te Pāti Māori hīkoi
Protests in town led by youth who were 'too shy'.
CrossFit champ says more Māori and Pasifika people are taking up the sport
Dante Karangaroa is the fittest man in Aotearoa.
Te Papa Treaty protest included members of Restore Passenger Rail
Members of the group known for gluing themselves to roads were among those present.
Human Rights office stands by shared leader appointment
Act leader David Seymour has spoken out about role and salary.
Iwi accuses Government of attacking Māori culture and language
Ngai Te Rangi files claim to Waitangi Tribunal over Government's te reo plans.
Dame Anne Salmond dedicates book to educator and te reo Māori lecturer Merimeri Penfold
Dame Anne Salmond takes readers on a journey through time.
Dementia diagnosis: 'Māori-friendly' tool able to engage kaumatua to identify disease
‘Mana’ tool integrated into Health NZ for clinicians diagnosing dementia.
'Private health cover saved my life - but I’m worried for my Māori cousins'
Opinion: Boris Sokratov has private health care but his Māori cousins don't.
Basement Theatre's latest Christmas show a mixed bag of festive gags
Review: The theatre's annual Christmas show is back for another round.
TikTok test goes viral: Are you more Gen Z or Millennial?
These simple actions reveal what generation you are, according to one TikTok creator.
Fergie's raunchy antics may be realised in ‘The Crown’ spinoff
The show's producer is happy to expose "tawdry" royal tales in a follow-up series.
Reti on Māori health: I want to paint a different dream, a different vision
Health Minister wants to move funding and resources closer to the homes and hapū.
Ngāpuhi selects youngest chairman to lead NZ’s largest iwi
Mane Tahere will take over from Wane Wharerau as Ngāpuhi's new chairman.
The top 10 Māori organisations: Ranked by Deloitte
This year’s top 10 Māori organisations have seen continued success and growth.
Shane Jones takes aim at hapū over Port of Tauranga's expansion roadblock
The port is still awaiting an Environment Court decision regarding its expansion plan.
'Ticking boxes': Return of charter schools tempting due to MoE red tape
The principal of a former flagship charter school is considering switching back.
Maori king to host a national hui in January in bid for unity
Kīngi Tuheitia wants to ensure all voice are heard.
The new indigenous travel series celebrating Māori and Hawaiian culture
In his new Whakaata Māori series, Pio Terei explores connections between NZ and Hawaii.
Opinion: Charitable giving shows employees you are walking the talk
Food support organisations grow because the need in the community is growing.
Government is committed to partnership with Māori, says Tama Potaka
The Māori Development Minister strongly refutes allegations the new Govt is 'anti-Māori'.