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The Chairperson of a Ngāi Tahu hapū is offering to give a Taranaki tribe guidance as it moves into post Treaty settlement mode.
The owner of a Māori forestry company says the industry's growing mechanisation has put forestry contracting businesses under financial stress, in turn putting workers more at risk.
The Māori Language Commission says a $200,000 cap on the chief executive salary is hampering its ability to find someone with the right skills for the role.
A new board of trustees has been elected at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori O Whangaroa, the Ministry of Education says.
The Environment Court has told a regional authority it cannot abandon its responsibility to maintain water quality.
The lower North Island tribe, Ngāti Toa, wants all of its members to be speaking or learning Te Reo Maori in four years' time.
A small, all-Maori western Bay of Plenty school has been told it still needs to continue improving its quality of education.
The lead Treaty negotiator for Ngāi Takoto iwi in the Far North is fed up with "individual politics" which he says is keeping tribes in the rohe from moving forward.
A traditional Māori artist suggests some cherished wood carvings should be left overseas because the harsh weather in New Zealand could damage them. (AUDIO)
The group approved by the Crown to settle Ngapuhi Treaty claims has appointed three negotiators.
The former MP for Te Tai Tokerau is accusing the Government of similar tactics to the Australian Government, which is proposing to shut down remote Aboriginal communities.
South Taranaki is now focused on having its ancestral mountain returned to its protection, following an apology from the Crown.
A South Taranaki tribe has accepted an apology from the Crown for illegally detaining their ancestors in the South Island in the 1800s. (AUDIO)
The Auckland Council says only 36 bids to carry out work on sites of cultural value have been identified by local iwi, which need further scrutiny.
A Maori researcher says the threat of shutting down remote Aboriginal communities impinges on the rights of all indigenous people around the world.
An independent review into mining tests at Karangahake, south of Paeroa, has found the activities would pose minimal pollution to waterways.
The organisation representing Maori principals is critical of the Government's flagship education scheme, describing it as a "one-size-fits-all" policy.
Māori Television is considering changing its policy after it came under fire for censoring a haka that was critical of the channel.
Following restoration of carvings from the wharenui, Ngati Awa has said that it would like to set up a whare taonga.
A local authority in Scotland has agreed to let a Maori war flag be returned to New Zealand.