Te Manu Korihi
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The Government has left Māori in the dark about the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, according to the Council of Trade Unions. (COMMENTS)
Māori business leaders are touring Asia to gain a better understanding of markets for kiwifruit and other produce.
The introduction of legislation to reform Māori land ownership has been delayed until next year.
A Te Ātiawa hapū remains confident that a new $6 million marae will be built in New Plymouth, despite the challenges faced by the sub-tribe.
A recent death in the water at Tora in south Wairarapa has prompted a local iwi to put a rāhui, or traditional restriction, in place.
Prominent lawyer Donna Hall is questioning the authority of those who ditched her as the Māori Council's legal representative on a Trans Pacific Partnership claim.
The Māori Council has dropped lawyer Donna Hall from any further work on the Trans-Pacific Partnership claim.
Lawyers acting for Māori opposed to a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement are asking the Crown for an urgent progress report.
Tainui Group Holdings plans to generate job opportunities for iwi members with money it gains from the sale of 50 percent of The Base shopping centre in Hamilton.
A Bay of Plenty rūnanga is disappointed the region's council did not tell it Fonterra had spilt 11,000 litres of whey into the Rangitāiki River. (AUDIO)
The Māori Language Commission is commending a student for raising the possibility of extending Māori Language Week with the Prime Minister.
Tūhoronuku's acting chair Sam Napia hopes to confirm his position as leader of the iwi's independent mandated authority in elections this month.
A report released today highlights agricultural opportunities for Māori in the Manawatū-Whanganui region.
Fonterra has been fined over $170,000 for polluting the Rangitāiki River, which the local regional council says is a significant taonga for iwi.
An iwi-led initiative to improve the well-being of the community is being hailed a success after generating nearly 40 new jobs.
A top figure at Auckland's only Maori boarding school has been suspended and three other managers have quit.
The Green Party says if the Government is serious about keeping Te Reo Māori alive then it should allocate more money into researching how it is used in schools.
Ngāi Tahu Property CEO Tony Sewell is to leave the company at the end of the year.
Mana Movement leader Hone Harawira says Māori and Pacific Islanders will be the most hurt by the move to give tasers to frontline police officers to carry while on duty.
The architect of the new Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth said the concept of a wharenui, or meeting house was the inspiration for his design of the $12 million art museum.