Te Manu Korihi
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The head of South Island's biggest tribe is to step down, with Sir Mark Solomon leaving his post at Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu later this year.
Who owns New Zealand's water remains a million-dollar question, reports Mihingarangi Forbes.
An Auckland iwi has become a property developer in one of the city's biggest and newest housing developments.
ANALYSIS: On a day when New Zealanders remember wars fought outside the country, Mihingarangi Forbes recalls the personal story of an ancestor who fought in NZ's land wars.
The Māori owners of Poroti Springs near Whangarei are urging the council not to renew a building consent for a water bottling factory over the road.
Lawyers for Māori fisheries body Te Ohu Kaimoana have rejected claims a fund set aside to help urban tāngata whenua is favouring those with iwi affiliations.
Some of the directors of a fund to help people without iwi links are prioritising those who do instead, two urban Māori organisations say.
Several speakers from Ngāpuhi have told a TPP hui they are worried the deal could nullify New Zealand's sovereignty.
A split in the leadership of the powerful New Zealand Māori Council has led to the South Island delegation walking away from the national body. (AUDIO)
Māori want mainstream doctors to collaborate more with traditional rongoā Māori healers, a new study has found. (AUDIO)
Māori need to move on from being solely focused on the aftermath of colonisation as one of the causes of poor health, the Public Health Association spokeperson says.
Online poll results suggest Māori living in cities might be missing out on support, the National Urban Māori Authority says. (COMMENTS)
Child Youth and Family is a racist institution and iwi should be given the right to care for children in state care, former Māori Party leader Tariana Turia says.
Historic actions by the Crown frayed the social fabric in the Tauranga area the Treaty Negotiations Minister says.
Hingangaroa Smith, one of the last surviving members of the Māori Battalion, has died at the age of 91.
The reo Māori bill was passed in Parliament last night and will be enacted in both Māori and in English, with the reo Māori version prevailing as law.
A Hawke's bay iwi is holding its first ever Māori Language Symposium in the hope of revitalising the Māori language.
The government's Māori land reforms have started the official process to become law - despite calls for more consultation with Māori.
The Ngāpuhi elder Kingi Taurua has offered not to be part of Waitangi celebrations at Te Tii Marae next year.
A Parihaka woman who uses Māori traditions to bury the dead says the law needs to change to allow Māori to deal with death in their own way.