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Mother of little girl stunned by how many others have had to deal with the same issue.
Jason Paris didn't think twice about bidding farewell to the customer.
Leaders say last month's three-day lockdown was too short.
"You could feel the spirits, the ghosts of the past."
The legislation change shows the Governments intention to encourage more Māori wards.
Palmerston North mother calls for change to enhance the respect for cultural names.
A fresh paint job on a sign near Alice Springs has hit a nerve across the ditch.
More than 150 years since the raupatu of half of the iwi's land, the Crown has apologised.
Smashing the patriarchy, purpose and collaboration - Ainsley Gardiner's golden nuggets
An important stand by local Māori took place in 1995 and it was not about just one issue.
The man behind the plans wants to build it before the city reaches an 'extreme crisis'.
The long-reigning Miss Rotorua pageant will be taken to new heights.
The 'Cousins' premiere is being hosted in Rotorua at Reading Cinema on March 3
Bay of Plenty's wharekura achieved some pleasing results in NCEA scholarship exams.
Māori wards to go through despite petition numbers. Made with funding on NZ On Air.
Elected members clash at full council meeting.
"It appears to be a systems failure - commonly called a cock-up," the landowner says.
The "woman with the heart of gold" took her final breath on Friday.
Ammonia leak potentially lethal to residents, staff and emergency services.
Mayors reject suggestion that councils should deal with iwi other than Poutini Ngāi Tahu.
Whakatāne is reeling 210 workers face losing their jobs at the long-standing mill.
It's a decision that has again left Māori council representatives asking for leadership.
Digital capacity is vital to rangatahi. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
She will perform the song live for the first time at a concert this Sunday.
Northland teens donate $50,000 waiata prize to Shine on Kaitaia charity.