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A new report shows Ngāti Whātuā ō Ōrākei and Ngāi Tahu are leading the way in financial performance by iwi.
A Māori MP has criticised fellow MPs for failing to witness the passage of three Taranaki treaty settlement bills. Audio
Te ao Māori is mourning the sudden death of Awanuiārangi Black, an ambassador for Tauranga iwi who "lived and breathed our people".
Ray Durie was missing for most of his life. Taken as a small child by Social Welfare he spent decades locked away in homes.
Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox's only path back into Parliament may be through winning Ikaroa Rāwhiti.
An alliance between the Māori and Mana Parties could mean the end of Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox's days in Parliament if she doesn't win her seat.
The Kāhui Wairua, a group of the Māori King's spirtual advisors, has performed prayers over the Māori monarch and his son Korotangi before the pair are admitted to a private hospital for a kidney…
A deal between the Māori and Mana parties is expected by the end of the year.
Five more volcanic mountains in Auckland will have pedestrian-only access from next year. Video
Artists will enjoy a contemporary rolling Māori welcome at tonight's Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards.
A dramatic light show in Wellington's skies during yesterday's earthquake is being described as Rūrangi, or quake lightning, by an iwi leader.
A Māori community has vowed to fight for their local marae, amid claims the incorporated society that runs it has locked them out.
A group of frustrated locals say their North Shore community marae has been "hijacked", forcing them to hold tangi in garages and backyards.
Māori MPs are calling on the government to send a message to President Obama in support of Native Americans protesting against a controversial oil pipeline.
The country's most senior Māori policeman has stepped in to review the case of a woman who says she was rejected for police college as "too nice, knew too many people and was Tūhoe".
It appears likely jobs will be lost in a restructure at Māori Television.
A Whakatane woman who failed to get into Police College says she was told it was because she was from Tūhoe and knew too many locals.
A roadshow is underway to secure a mandate from the people of Ngāti Maniapoto to settle its treaty claims.
Burying her son's placenta on the property, the great-niece of an elderly couple found dead alongside Ross Bremner was possibly the last to see them alive, other than their killer.
Mona Tuwhangai and Maurice O'Donnell should have been playing in a darts tournament this weekend, instead police are investigating their deaths.
An elderly couple found dead alongside the body of fugitive Ross Bremner may have welcomed him into their home as a stranger, their whānau says. Video
A prime piece of East Coast real estate is set to be returned to local Māori after having been in Crown hands for more than a century.
A new generation of te reo Māori speakers are attending a wānanga reo for taiohi (youth). Audio
Analysis - Hobson's Pledge wants equality in voting and property rights, but members tell Mihingarangi Forbes Māori inequality elsewhere isn't their problem.
Two Māori broadcasters who made a commitment to speak only Māori during the month of September say even just getting their daily coffee fix was a challenge in a world where te reo is rarely spoken.