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Opinion: Aotearoa’s most ambitious response to climate change and the biodiversity crisis
Climate change is causing increasingly frequent and severe weather events.
Whangārei’s Ngāti Hine Health Trust wins design award
The refurbished offices of Ngāti Hine Trust wins a Bronze Pin.
Rotorua trending in web bookings as a tourism hot spot
Sulpher city is again becoming the adventure capital of Aotearoa.
David Seymour: I think kura hourua is a wonderful name
Act leader wants charter schools back on the books by 2025.
Waititi: This Government wants to remove all trace of us as Māori
The coalition wants government agencies to provide services based on need, not race.
Opinion: You do not need bombs and missiles to decimate an indigenous population
Māori leadership mobilises to prepare for battle with new Government.
Rob Campbell: We are going to find out who is really committed to equity and who is not
Opinion: There were no real surprises in the coalition agreement.
Kaumātua experiences of language and culture oppression told in photos
A new photography project records sensitive and precious personal experiences.
Outgoing minister Willie Jackson takes a crack at incoming government trade-offs
Willie Jackson predicts doom for new government
Growing Up in NZ study: Improving mental health needs to include all rangatahi Māori
NZ Study says courageous action needed for improving Māori rangatahi mental health
Watch: Trailer to Lee Tamahori’s new film The Convert
Lee Tamahori's new film depicts pre-colonial Aotearoa.
Poll: Majority want equal say in Te Tiriti o Waitangi decisions
'Clearly, it’s an important issue.'
We look forward to being the pebbles in the shoes of Pāremata Parliament
Takutai Kemp takes the Whānau Ora kaupapa to Parliament.
Educator distances herself from Seymour’s Treaty stance
Dame Anne Salmond says she does not support Act's attempt to rewrite document.
Nelson City Council says name change not on the cards for four to 10 years
Whakatū Marae is urging the council to rename the 'colonial' Founders Heritage Park.
New telehealth provider goes online for the 900,000 rural New Zealanders
Ka Ora Telecare's initial rollout is for 20 rural practices.
Author to tell story of world-famous iris hybridiser
The subject of the book was most famous for her work on iris flowers.