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Hundreds of excited kapa haka performers have strutted their stuff on the first day of biennial national competition Te Matatini.
A record number of kapa haka teams will compete at the Te Kahu o Te Amorangi Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival in Hastings.
Waitangi National Trust Board chair Pita Paraone says Te Tii Marae's dealings with the Prime Minister and the media has been a "shambles". Video, Audio
The Green Party has launched a policy to make te reo Māori a core subject in schools up to year 10, in a bid to to revitalise the language.
Rakiura Māori have won a long battle for management rights over harvesting kaimoana from two Foveaux Strait islands.
Labour MP Nanaia Mahuta's new role as Ngāti Maniapoto's lead negotiator will not affect her current job, she says.
A new range of emojis will allow texters to express themselves with pukana, or communicate using hangi or boil up icons.
A court ruling could push the Waitangi Tribunal to use its power to make binding recommendations for the first time, an iwi spokesperson says.
A group has been peacefully occupying the roadside of Ihumātao in Mangere for more than a month now in protest against plans to build homes at the wahi tapu site.
It is wrong for at-risk Māori children not to be placed with whānau, hapū or iwi if possible, former Māori Party co-leader Dame Tariana Turia says.
Iwi and hapū members sang, performed poi and haka and wept as three treaty settlement bills passed their final readings.
The Government and Wairoa iwi have signed a $100 million Treaty settlement for grievances going back 150 years.
A day to commemorate the New Zealand Wars has been decided on.
The new mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff, and his council have been welcomed onto Ōrākei Marae.
Auckland iwi have taken their turf wars to the High Court.
About 15 percent of the staff at the Māori Land Court could lose their jobs under a proposed restructure.
Labour MP Nanaia Mahuta is calling for transparency from Māori Party president Tukoroirangi Morgan, saying he may be confusing iwi business with politics.
The Waiata Māori Music awards will celebrate the creators and performers of te reo Māori music in a Hastings tonight.
A Māori lawyer is helping an indigenous tribe in North Dakota protesting against an oil pipeline being built over their sacred burial site.
Up to 200 people were at Te Puea Marae for the closing ceremony of their manaaki tangata programme which started three months ago to help the homeless. Video
RNZ and the network of Māori radio stations - Te Whakaruruhau O Ngā Reo Irirangi Māori - signed an historic partnership agreement today.
The ownership of rare paintings that vanished from a Māori trust boardroom is being disputed, as police investigate the disappearance of the artwork.
A national day to commemorate the battles of the New Zealand Wars 150 years ago has been approved by the government. Audio
Two sections of land in the Waikato settlement of Rangiriri will today be returned to Waikato-Tainui and the Kiingitanga.
Celebrations are under way in Waikato to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the coronation of Māori King Kiingi Tuheitia.