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Employment minister Willie Jackson has blasted critics of the 2018 Budget who say it failed to deliver for Māori.
An agency for Whānau Ora feels "snubbed" after the government's Budget 2018 did not include any extra funding for the Māori health initiative.
Māori Television has not had an increase in production funding from Māori broadcasting funding agency, Te Māngai Paho, since 2004 and the network says it's a challenge to keep up with the competition.
Central Auckland iwi Ngāti Whātua Orākei has appeared before the Supreme Court to stop the crown from giving land believed to be within its tribal boundaries to other iwi as part of a collective…
Six months into the Labour government, Crown-Māori Relations Minister Kelvin Davis is still travelling the country working out what exactly his job is.
An iwi with recognised customary title over Tauranga Harbour want to be on a board overseeing the harbour as part of their settlement.
A new report shows 20 Māori children aged 10 to 14 committed suicide in just five years, Te Aniwa Hurihanganui reports.
Many Māori voters are turning their back on the Māori seats and deciding to vote in a general electorate in the next elections.
Medical staff at emergency departments around the country have been stretched to their limits after record-high patient admissions over the summer.
A voice artist for advertising agency NZME has refused to voice a client's script after they requested that the place name, Waimate, be pronounced the 'white way'.
The strong bonds between the 28th Māori Battalion and the people of Italy have been celebrated in a documentary that had its New Zealand premiere last night.
Te Aniwa Hurihanganui spent the morning with one of the last three living soldiers of Te Ope Māori, the 28th Māori Battalion.
A group of young Māori leaders have advocated for greater protection of the rights of the land in a powerful presentation at the UN Indigenous Issues Permanent Forum in New York this week.
Suggestions the Crown rushed its settlement with the Eastern Bay of Plenty iwi Whakatōhea are insulting, the former Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Minister says.
The name of a beer from a Waiheke brewing company has come under fire for its links to a prominent Ngāpuhi chief.
The Waitangi Tribunal has accused the Crown of unfairly negotiating the Whakatōhea settlement deal with a group that did not have the backing of the whole iwi.
A collection of ancient Māori gardening tools will be returned to three marae in Northland after they were dug up by a local farmer a decade ago.
Taranaki iwi Ngāti Ruanui supports the government's move to stop new offshore oil and gas exploration, but are wary of history repeating.
The Hurricanes have pulled a controversial poster it used on Facebook to advertise its upcoming clash with the Chiefs after it was labeled disgusting and racist.
The Crown has paid an extra $34 million on top of Treaty of Waitangi settlements to two iwi.
The UN has released a report which outlines its concerns for the human rights performance of NZ, and the inequities facing Māori in terms of their economic, social and cultural rights.
A report released today has found the income gap for Māori compared to the rest of the population is now $2.6 billion annually.
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Patients at Te Kūwatawata clinic are told stories about Māori gods or atua, re-connected to their whakapapa and facilitated through wānanga before they're offered traditional medicine.
The ancestral lands of three Ruapehu iwi were once stripped from Māori by the Crown in 1865, but today the iwi have official oversight of their whenua.