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An 88-year-old Māori war veteran has been begging at Kaitaia markets after his pension was cut just before Christmas.
Newly funded research will investigate the over-representation of Māori in national drowning statistics. Audio
Experienced Māori and Pasifika tradies are being asked to help the next generation of apprentice tradespeople. Audio
A financial educational programme for kids and an app that encourages face to face meetings with friends are two of the winning ideas of the DigMyIdea Māori Innovation Challenge. Audio
Indigenous health workers from around the world have visited a drug and alcohol addiction treatment unit at a prison in Waikato. Audio
East Coast iwi commemorates the 150th anniversary of the siege of Waerenga-ā-Hika pā near Gisborne today. Audio
Bay of Plenty tribe Tūhoe have commemorated Armistice Day for the first time, at Rewarewa Marae in Ruatoki.
A Ngāti Kahu academic has been awarded the Pou Aronui Award by the Royal Society of New Zealand.
Scientists are planning to use geochemical fingerprinting to find the origin of treasured Māori cloaks. Audio
A chance discovery of seeds in a garden shed has been used to save the white-flowered ngutukākā.