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Former New Zealander of the Year Dr Lance O'Sullivan wants the anti-immunisation crowd to leave his family out of the debate.
A group of grandmothers had to forfeit the artworks they'd travelled to London to display, after a cabinet minister's sister broke her commitment to pay their bills, they say.
A Māori smoothie marketed as Whai Ora, or wellness, will be sold in four Asian countries after a deal was struck this week in Malaysia.
Māori Television chief executive Paora Maxwell, who has resigned three years into his five-year contract, says he has few regrets.
Players and supporters filled The Cloud on Auckland's Viaduct as the final curtain came down on the ninth World Masters Games last night.
Hunters and butchers from around Bay of Plenty are working together to help families left homeless by the devastating flooding in Edgecumbe. Video
A retired couple had been in their Edgecumbe dream home for just a week, after 10 years of working and saving in Western Australia's mines, when the flood hit.
Opposition Māori MPs are urging the government to take its controversial Māori land reform bill back to the Māori Affairs Select Committee for more consideration.
Distraught family members of a woman who died of typhoid say they found out from the media she had the disease. Audio
Throughout the night, Auckland-based Waikato Tainui members sat with Tomairangi Paki and remembered her life achievements.
The Māori King movement is mourning the passing of Kiritokia ete Tomairangi Paki, the older sister of the Māori King.
Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell is defending his Māori land reform bill after Mana leader Hone Harawira labelled it "poisonous and destructive".
The Mana and Māori Party deal may have struck its first snag over what Hone Harawira is calling a 'poisonous' land reform bill.
A Kaikohe teenager who says he has suffered more tragedy than most people his age is using art to transform his future.
Analysis - King Tuheitia's decision to endorse his advisor Rahui Papa to contest the Hauraki-Waikato seat comes at a price.
In a huge insult to Labour Party MP Nanaia Mahuta, the Māori King has endorsed his senior advisor in the contest for her seat. Audio
The guardians of the world's clearest spring in Golden Bay are urging the Environment Minister to preserve and protect it from commercial ventures.
The Supreme Court has ruled the government must honour a land deal struck in 1830s between the New Zealand Company and Māori in the Nelson region.
A competition encouraging young Māori to dream big is being backed by broadcasters, filmmakers, an entrepreneur and a doctor.
Analysis - The battle for the Māori seats has developed into a full-blown assault, writes Mihingarangi Forbes.
Pressure is mounting on the government to make a blanket apology for the historic abuse of children in state care.
Māori broadcaster Willie Jackson has announced he will stand for the party as a list candidate and has been "promised a good position". Video
Broadcaster Willie Jackson is hanging up his microphone and signing off after 10 years at Radio Live, but is not yet ready to confirm his future plans.
In a war of words, Opportunities Party leader Gareth Morgan said Winston Peters was "selling Māori down the river" and compared him to Don Brash. Audio
Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell has denounced the historic political tie between Rātana and the Labour Party and is proclaiming a new unified Māori movement.