Te Manu Korihi
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Māori claimants in Levin are making the most of their first opportunity to stake their claim to Lake Horowhenua and urge an end to its pollution.
Tribal leadership and celebrating 20 years since the signing of the Waikato-Tainui Treaty settlement are on the agenda of this year's Tainui Rangatahi Taumata Hui.
The Vice-President Māori of the Council of Trade Unions has attacked the Federation of Māori Authorities for its support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
East Auckland principals are hailing a new digitally-based education system as key to engaging children in low decile schools, in particular tāngata whenua and Pasifika.
Waikato-Tainui says the closure of the Huntly East Mine will have a devastating impact on the community, but it is considering the first right of refusal rule when it comes to the land the mine sits on.
Researchers have managed to unravel the genetic heritage of New Zealand's first dog, the now extinct kurī. (AUDIO)
The announcement of the Trans Pacific Partnership shows a complete lack of understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi's principles, a lawyer says.
The government has paid out nearly $2.5 million in twenty months to the board handling treaty negotiations for Ngapuhi.
A unique grief support programme featuring Māori authors is attracting nationwide interest, its organiser says.
A Wellington restaurant that launched a bilingual menu using English and Te Reo Māori says it is encouraging some diners to order their kai in Māori.
Important Māori figures, including comedian Mike King, are working to address the Māori suicide rate, which new figures show is the highest in three years. (AUDIO)
The Māori Women's Welfare League is disappointed that no government ministers have accepted invitations to its National Conference this week.
A meeting between Tūhoronuku, the organisation leading Ngāpuhi settlement negotiations and the Crown to iron out issues has been slated by a splinter group of hapū, Te Kotahitanga.
The Ngāti Porou tribal board and its seafood company are disappointed with the decision to create a marine reserve around the Kermedec Islands because of a lack of consultation.
The principal of Te Aute Māori boys' college near Napier wants the Ministry of Education and the Anglican Church to follow the lead of iwi to move the school into the future.
District health boards should to re-think the way they run antenatal classes to attract more Māori, the head of a Māori health service in Hawkes' Bay says.
The Minister of Māori Development says the sheer number of applications for help with Māori housing projects shows a new initiative is a step in the right direction.
Māori and Pacific post-graduate research students will require a slightly lower grade point average to be guaranteed a scholarship from Auckland University.
Ngāpuhi has recorded the biggest drop in a comparison of smoking rates by iwi - nearly 10 percent between 2006 and 2013.
A former prisoner who has run tikanga programmes for ex-offenders says hardened meth addicts need better support to overcome their problems.