Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 27 May 2015 3 min 30 sec
More Māori are reaching out for help to deal with the consequences of quick-cash loans, mounting bills and rising rents.
The demise of Relationships Aotearoa won't necessarily hurt Māori whānau, according to a Maori Women's Refuge spokesperson.
The QE11 National Trust, Nga Kairauhi Papa, has today celebrated the registration of its 4000th covenant.
A new partnership between Te Arawa and the Rotorua District Council will provide a model for other rohe to adopt, Labour says.
A steam-roller approach to treaty settlement is not working for Ngapuhi, Northland MP Winston Peters says.
The Tai Tokerau Māori Council is set to enter the fray over the Ngāpuhi Treaty settlement.
A new agreement between Te Arawa and the Rotorua District Council has been heralded by local government and Māori leaders as a breakthrough in Māori-Government relationships.
The Ministry of Social Development says it will ensure a smooth transition for clients of a suspended Waikato-based Māori social service agency.
A Tauranga historian is backing one of Māoridom's leaders in calling for a commemorative day to recognise the battles that helped shape Aotearoa.
One of the country's first Maori general surgeons says he hopes his success in his chosen profession has encouraged young Māori.
The head of a Maori health provider says the Government needs to place more emphasis on building stronger families.
Some bach owners in west Auckland say a 'gun is been held to their heads' in a piece of Treaty of Waitangi legislation.
A group of New Zealand health experts is urging the Government to introduce a tax on fizzy drinks to help combat obesity in Māori children and rangatahi.
A Far North housing provider says tax breaks given to some families in the Budget could knock them off the list for a state house.
A Northland group which opposes an agreement between the Crown and Ngāpuhi says it will continue its stand until the bitter end.
A Northland iwi radio station whose building was destroyed in a blaze has found a temporary home.
An alliance between a Waikato trade academy and schools in the rohe is proving fruitful for rangatahi, who are gaining more qualifications.
Having a coffee, kai and kōrero in Te Reo Māori are proving popular at a Wellington cafe where the language is being served up by its staff.
The Crown and the country's largest iwi are just one step away from settling its Treaty of Waitangi claims.
A closer look at what's in and out of the 2015 Budget for Maori.