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Analysis - A spat over treaty settlements has seen insults hurled in Parliament, but points at a wider issue, Mihingarangi Forbes says.
Analysis - A glimmer of light shone down the long Ngāpuhi settlement tunnel last year - but now, Mihingarangi Forbes writes, the country's largest iwi is wondering what went wrong.
The Māori Party has warned that despite the Prime Minister's confidence, the government's stablility will depend on it making concessions over the Kermadec sanctuary.
Executives from the organisation representing Māori fishing rights have gone to Parliament for another attempt at talks on the Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary.
Plans for a huge sanctuary around the Kermadec Islands are being delayed, after talks with iwi broke down and ACT pulled its support. Video
A complaint under a rule not upheld since the 1920s has been laid against Gisborne's mayor for what he says was a donation at a party. Audio
The Māori Development Minister is making policy on the fly, Labour says, after he called for a consultation hui to discuss the Māori Land Service.
Treaty Settlement Minister Chris Finlayson has accepted the recommendations of a report on a new framework to settle Ngāpuhi's Treaty claim.
The National Urban Māori Authority is crying foul after two promiment Auckland urban leaders failed to gain seats on the council's Independent Māori Statutory Board.
Siblings who have been on the run from a Child Youth and Family foster home are back with their whānau.
Māori technology leaders hope the first ever hui for young Māori interested in careers in IT will change old-fashioned ideas about the technology sector.
The Māori Party is to work more closely with the Māori King movement on what it describes as "key issues for the betterment of Maori".
Te Wananga o Aotearoa has issued a trespass notice against its founder Rongo Wetere.
Rare paintings are missing, feared stolen, from a Māori trust board in Waikato.
The Māori King signed off his 10th commemoration giving a royal affirmation to the Māori and Mana parties but delivering a blow to the Labour Party.
The Māori King has personally backed the Māori Party but says he wants it to include Hone Harawira's Mana Party.
A historian is calling for help to identify century-old photographs as part of a book honouring Māori and Pacifica soldiers of World War I.
Labour's Nanaia Mahuta received a moko kauae on the weekend and is now the first woman MP to wear the traditional tattoo on her chin.
A Tūhoe leader is backing the Māori Party over its opposition to Helen Clark's bid for the top job at the United Nations.
A red-faced Captain Cook looked over the Turanganui River last week in the latest in a spate of vandalism which has triggered debate on the Māori perspective on the explorer.
Māori MPs have raised concerns over a lack of Māori rights in Auckland's Unitary Plan, with reference to tino rangatiratanga and a list of Treaty Principles deleted from the latest proposal.
The mother of two children who have been missing since they left a CYF home 10 days ago says she is desperate to sort out their situation.
A major step has been taken towards healing a bitter five-year rift between the Māori Party and the Mana Party. Audio
The Ministry of Health "may consider" funding co-sleeping pods for babies if high-quality research clearly demonstrates they are safe and effective, it says.
The gap between rich and poor Māori is widening and iwi needed to step up and take care of their people, a Whānau Ora chief executive, John Tamihere, says.