Te Manu Korihi
Te Manu Korihi headlines with summaries.
Plans are under way to get every one of Auckland's 1.4 million residents speaking te reo Māori. (COMMENTS)
Two jerseys once worn by All Blacks great George Nepia are up for sale at an auction house in Wales, but the player's family want them brought back to New Zealand. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
A brand new fish factory in the Chatham Islands is easing local frustrations about a lack of investment in the remote community.
Too many Māori in need of legal advice are going without it, the Community Law Centres o Aotearoa says. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
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)
Whānau from the Whanganui River are working to rebuild shelters on an ancient marae site usually only accessible by boat. (AUDIO)
All Ngāi Tahu newborns will receive a safe sleeping pack from January, as the iwi takes it upon itself to keep Maori babies alive. (AUDIO)
Ngāi Tahu Māori from around the country are gathering in Dunedin to celebrate their identity and culture. (AUDIO)
Māori organisations and iwi need to take more risks with their investments, economic advisors say. (AUDIO)
Indigenous health workers from around the world have visited a drug and alcohol addiction treatment unit at a prison in Waikato. (AUDIO)
A South Taranaki hapū says its historical treaty claims are about to be settled despite the fact it hasn't negotiated anything with anyone. (AUDIO)
East Coast iwi commemorates the 150th anniversary of the siege of Waerenga-ā-Hika pā near Gisborne today. (AUDIO)
An official ruling has ended a long debate over whether the city and district of Whanganui must be spelled with an 'h'. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Finding indigenous solutions to preventing suicide was the goal of a hui in Hamilton today. (AUDIO)
It is not too late to take a stand against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Māori doctors say. (AUDIO)
The lower North Island iwi Rangitāne o Manawatū will receive $13.5 million as part of a Treaty of Waitangi settlement.
An East Coast iwi is developing an online museum to store its old photos, diary entries and artefacts scattered around the world. (AUDIO)
Initiatives to improve indigenous health around the world will be discussed at an international conference in Hamilton next week.
The Waitangi Tribunal will hear a claim about the Crown accused of failing to reduce Māori prosecution rates.
Bay of Plenty tribe Tūhoe have commemorated Armistice Day for the first time, at Rewarewa Marae in Ruatoki.