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A zero waste programme designed specifically for marae and Māori organisations has been given an international environmental award.
Nine teams are today competing to be crowned the national champions of Ngā Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua o Aotearoa.
Hundreds of high school students and their supporters are in Hawke's Bay this week for Ngā Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua o Aotearoa, the national secondary schools kapa haka festival. Audio
The government will confirm whether it will change its stance on funding safe-sleeping baskets next week, an advocate for them says.
Union members at Māori Television have reached an impasse with their employer over pay and are considering industrial action.
Urban Māori speaking communities should be considered as part of the new Māori Language legislation, the Māori Council says.
The Māori Party will need a comprehensive plan to achieve its goal of winning all seven Māori seats in the next election, its new president says.
Whānau Ora's commissioning agency in the South Island has hit back at claims iwi should be doing more to curb the growing equality gap between urban and tribal Māori.
A reo Māori song, urging people to speak the language regardless of their ability, has topped the New Zealand iTunes chart. Video
Hollywood actor Cliff Curtis has won the supreme award at the inaugural Matariki Awards, which celebrate Māori success.
A 16-year-old cancer sufferer and her family who have been living at Te Puea Marae in Mangere have moved into a new house. Video
Another marae in South Auckland is opening its doors to help the homeless.
Social agencies desperate to help their clients have joined the queues of people turning up at a south Auckland marae that opened its doors to the homeless. Video
It's been 38 years since police evicted protesters from Takaparawhau and restored footage of the occupation has reignite memories for those who occupied the land.
An Auckland marae which has opened its doors for those in need is calling on others to do the same.
Descendants of Māori exiled with the prophet Te Kooti to the Chatham Islands 150 years ago will visit the island for the first time today.
Hingangaroa Smith, one of the last surviving members of the Māori Battalion, has died at the age of 91.
The University of Canterbury Ngāi Tahu Research Centre is hosting an international conference on what is needed to create a tribal economy.
The Māori Language or Te Reo Māori Bill is being tabled back in Parliament today.
Māori labour market outcomes have improved in the past five years, according to a newly released ministry report.
An iwi leader is happy Awaroa Beach is back in public hands but says land issues in the area remain unresolved.
A new book about Māori participation during World War I hopes to get more photos for its pages.
Five iwi who own the largest single dairy farming unit in Hauraki have joined with the local high school in a new education farming initiative.
Before the sun rose this morning, 200 people attended a blessing of Te Kōngahu - the new museum on the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
Auckland's first ever waka festival will take place on the city's waterfront this weekend. Audio