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"I'm currently in discussions with my lawyer and I know Tame is having discussion too and that is mainly to lift that veil off us for all of us that were implicated, arrested, charged and convicted…
Northland Māori have come up trumps post-election with a record nine members from regional iwi.
Northern iwi welcome a call to re-establish a Forestry Service, saying more investment should be put into processing the wood.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff has met colonial-era descendants to decide the fate of a controversial statue.
A proposal to change the name of Waiheke Island's Ōmiha Bay to Rocky Bay has riled up locals.
A thrash-metal band from Northland's Waipu are using their haka and te reo skills to teach a history lesson from the stage. Video
A South Auckland monument commemorating the colonial-era commander who led the 1864 Rangiaōwhia invasion may be in for a history makeover. Audio
An Auckland man wants to begin a conversation about removing the memorial to Marmaduke Nixon, who led attacks on Waikato Māori. Video
Ahead of the first official commemorations of the New Zealand Wars, a 180-year-old prayer book offers a glimpse of an infamous battle. Audio
The Māori Party is targeting the show's main sponsor, ASB, after its co-host's misleading comments about voting for the party.
Voters in the electorate face a choice between two cousins: Labour incumbent Nanaia Mahuta and the Māori Party's Rahui Papa. Audio
A wharenui on the East Coast has become the first marae to open its doors to a global audience on Google Earth.
Ngāti Maniapoto iwi has signed an agreement in principle for the government to potentially pay $165 million to redress Treaty breaches.
Māori involved in freshwater disputes are welcoming the prospect of some commercial use royalties going to resolve treaty claims.
The long-running tug of war between Sir Eddie Durie and Maanu Paul for the top job at the New Zealand Māori Council has been cleared up.
Labour's new deputy leader Kelvin Davis has received widespread support following his promotion, and has been giften two buckets of muttonbird to celebrate the occasion.
A government-funded Māori housing project has built no new houses in Auckland or Rotorua - two of the regions where homelessness is most acute.
The group that has received the bulk of Ngāpuhi's $6m settlement negotiation funding is defending trips to Sydney and Perth, saying they were worthwhile. Audio
Ngāpuhi leader Pita Tipene has offered to stand aside from the Ngāpuhi treaty settlement process in the hope it will progress the iwi's claim, after the government pulled out of that process last…
Iwi investments in farming, fishing and land are paying off, with 31 iwi and hapū receiving an average return of 8.2 percent on their assets, according to a new report.
New Zealand First's recently announced Whangarei candidate and its leader appear to be at odds with each other over Māori seats.
A Northland paper failed to validate claims by an amateur historian that a pre-European race of people settled New Zealand, the Press Council has ruled.
More than 100 former wards of the state gathered at Parliament today to call for a full government inquiry into the abuse they suffered while in state care. Video
Former state wards who were victims of abuse will deliver a petition and an open letter to Parliament today, calling for a public apology and a full inquiry. Audio
The Tuhoe prophet was imprisoned for resisting arrest after troops stormed his home and killed his son just over 100 years ago. Audio