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A nationwide rollout of baby sleeping pods should not exclude the woven-flax wahakura style, a Māori health specialist says.
The healing powers of Mt Taranaki are being summoned by a community keen to help young people combat mental health issues.
The demand for land in Auckland is putting pressure on one of the city's oldest marae, which is desperate to find space to bury its dead.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei is fighting for another chance to stop Crown land being offered to neighbouring tribe Ngāti Paoa.
A new exhibition aims to dispel stereotyped portrayals of Māori women in 19th century art as passive and one dimensional.
Māori and Pacific Island actors are taking centre stage at an arts festival kicking off in Wellington today.
The government will help pay for young Māori to get their driver licences in a bid to get them into work and keep them out of jail. Audio
A grandmother who cares for three children says she could be living in a car or under a bridge if it wasn't for emergency housing in Lower Hutt.
Wellington iwi leader Sir Ngātata Love was suffering from dementia when he was convicted and jailed for obtaining property by deception, a court has been told.
The son of a kōhanga reo matriarch tried to blackmail the Kōhanga Reo National Trust for $800,000, the High Court in Wellington heard today.
The Kōhanga Reo National Trust is defending its decision to dismiss a trustee whose actions prompted the Serious Fraud Office to investigate the trust's commerical arm.
A farm set up to help Māori veterans from World War I has done its job and the land should be given back, a marae in Wairoa says.
It is almost impossible for Māori to claim their rights to the coast, say some Māori leaders who are taking their concerns to the Waitangi Tribunal.
A former Kōhanga Reo trustee who lost his job after he blew the whistle over allegations of financial impropriety has taken his legal battle back to the High Court. Audio
The Mongrel Mob once treated their women as 'chattel', but now encourages them to work and study, says a woman who narrowly avoided being gang-raped as a teenager.
Iwi claims on New Zealand's coastline are about recognising ties to the land - not about ownership, leaders say.
A Kerikeri dance crew have high hopes their "fierce little girls" will make the finals at the national competition in Auckland.
A Māori state abuse survivor says the government's refusal to hold an inquiry into historical abuse of children in state care is yet another let-down. Video
Corrections' failure to reduce Māori reoffending rates is "grossly disproportionate" and devastating for New Zealand, the Waitangi Tribunal says. Video
Whānau say that police and health professionals are still failing to cater for tikanga Māori when a loved one dies.
A group of Māori kuia in Hawke's Bay who say they have been abused by whānau who are high on P are fighting back.
A group of Māori trusts is spearheading a first-of-its-kind milk processing plant in Kawerau, which will create 30 jobs.
Māori need to move on from being solely focused on the aftermath of colonisation as one of the causes of poor health, the Public Health Association spokeperson says.
The government's Māori land reforms have started the official process to become law - despite calls for more consultation with Māori.
The majority of babies who are not getting visits from doctors and midwives in their first year are Māori, Pacific Island or poor, figures show.