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An upgraded community corrections centre in Whanganui will provide more help to reintegrate Māori offenders into society, the Department of Corrections says.
Four international university rowing teams have been welcomed to Waikato to take part in the 14th Gallagher Great Race on the Waikato River on Sunday afternoon.
The Daina Shipping Company has apologised again for the grounding of the Rena, on Bay of Plenty's Astrolabe Reef, and subsequent pollution.
The Māori King has launched a new bid for Waikato-Tainui to gain a substantial part of the Auckland region. Audio
Dairy farmers are cautiously optimistic that increased prices overnight from the GlobalDairyAuction are the start of more good news for the industry.
An interpreter who worked for the New Zealand Defence Force in Afghanistan is pleading with the Government to allow his parents and siblings to join him in this country. Audio
On the 100th anniversary of the attack on Chunuk Bair, New Zealanders head to Gallipoli to remember the fierce fighting.
The stories of 2000 New Zealand soldiers who fought in WWI have been published in a new book marking the centenary of the Great War. Audio
Ngāi Tahu Property CEO Tony Sewell is to leave the company at the end of the year.
Activists who fought for support and recognition for the Māori language in the 1970s share memories - and their hopes and concerns for the future. Audio
Turning a blind eye to violence in prisons would prevent inmates' rehabilitation, the Māori caucus of the National Network for Stopping Violence says.
The Council of Trade Unions is calling on the Waitangi Tribunal to agree to hold an urgent hearing into the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A project to control and eventually eradicate an invasive tree weed is benefiting Mount Tarawera and bringing pride to its local iwi.
An exhibition, which has adorned the outside Auckland's St David's Church in honour of those New Zealanders who served in the First World War, comes to an end tonight.
The Crown will not delay any commitment to sign the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement before the Waitangi Tribunal has decided whether to hear an inquiry into the agreement.
The Crown will not delay any commitment to sign the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement until the Waitangi Tribunal can decide on whether to hear an inquiry into the agreement.
A ceremony to show support for Hawaiians fighting to stop the world's largest telescope from being built on ancestral land will be held in Auckland tomorrow.
Veterans who served as artillery gunners during the Vietnam War are at a reunion today to mark the 50th anniversary of New Zealand's involvement. Audio
An American documentary film maker in New Zealand on a Fulbright Scholarship says it's possible to learn a lot about Māori culture through artistic expression.
An Auckland budget advisor says the lack of affordable housing in the city has now reached crisis point.
The new leadership of Tūhoronuku - the authority mandated to start negotiations for Ngāpuhi's treaty settlement - appears to be reaching out to detractors.
A leading health expert working to reduce obesity levels among Māori is renewing a call for a tax on fizzy drinks.
Any move to allow advertising for junk food on Māori Television has been roundly condemned by a leading academic.
Waikato-Tainui has launched an education plan for the tribe that spans the next 30 years.
A new study identifying the increasing amount and variety of food in New Zealand is likely to affect Māori and Pasifika people more than other groups because of the social importance placed on food, a…