Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Waonui for week ending 27 February 2015 20 min 54 sec
It's 20 years since the noho of Whanganui's Pakaitore, or Moutoa Gardens - a protest that lasted for 79 days. (AUDIO)
An Auckland researcher has been awarded a $50,000 grant to investigate how Marae-based learning can be developed.
A campground north of Wellington has lost its fight to stop land being declared wāhi tapu - or sacred to Māori.
A Māori language leader in the Far North says Professor Timoti Karetu's comments blaming iwi for the loss of Te Reo is unreasonable.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush is expected to return to the tribal lands of Ngai Tuhoe - potentially on the anniversary of his apology to the tribe on 13 August.
The central North Island iwi collective of Te Arawa is talking about developing a list of cultural values to help explain why water is important to the tribes.
The Minister for Maori Development says he's surprised planned changes to laws covering Maori land and language have not been the focus of his nation-wide hui.
Ngāi Tahu academic Hana O'Regan is among those who will help the public decide whether New Zealand should get a new flag.
A Whanganui sports organisation has added the letter 'h' to its name, saying the change reflects the positive relationship it has with local iwi.
A former Maori Language Commissioner is blaming some iwi for the loss of the Maori language.
An Anglican Maori Bishop who recently provided refuge to a Christchurch family to avoid deportation, has been stood down from his post as head of the church's Te Waipounamu Diocese.
The fear that valuable knowledge will be lost when the present generation of Kaumatua die is prompting a confederation of tribes to develop new leaders.
Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou has appointed a new leader, Selwyn Parata.
A Crown-run indigenous food brand has missed its takings target, earning four times less than it wanted.
The Qualifications Authority is defending criticism from a kura body over how two Maori language exams are credited.
The Auditor General says some schools believe they have better relationships with whānau than whānau think they do.
A Porirua-based tribe has hosted a post-Treaty settlement tour of their tribal area - and their buses were booked out by elderly Pākehā folk. (AUDIO)
A new partnership between AgResearch and a big Māori land manager is promising to open doors into scientific research for tāngata whenua.
$60,000 is up for grabs on the Kāpiti Coast for projects that develop Māori economic activity.
The country's guardians of Te Reo Maori say all government departments should abide by a proposed new Maori language law - not just Maori agencies.