Te Manu Korihi
Te Manu Korihi headlines with summaries.
Emojis are used in electronic messages all over the world, but a new range of 'emotiki' will give the concept a distinctly Māori flavour.
A south Auckland marae that's opened its doors to the homeless has been inundated with support, but is calling for help to provide more beds.
The remains of 60 Māori and Moriori have been welcomed home from the United States at Te Papa in Wellington.
Two polytechnics have combined to launch an ambitious creative arts hub on Wellington's Cuba Street with a strong focus on Māori performing arts.
BUDGET 2016 - The revival of the Māori language has been given a cash injection of $34.6 million.
New Zealand war commemorations held around the country will now get financial help.
A steady stream of people have arrived at an Auckland marae looking for help since it opened its doors to the homeless yesterday. (AUDIO)
It's been 38 years since police evicted protesters from Takaparawhau and restored footage of the occupation has reignite memories for those who occupied the land. (COMMENTS)
Wairoa iwi have initialled their deed of settlement with the Crown, more than 30 years after they lodged claims with the Waitangi Tribunal.
An Auckland marae which has opened its doors for those in need is calling on others to do the same.
More than three decades after Wairoa iwi lodged its Treaty claims with the Waitangi Tribunal, it is set to secure $100 million.
The owners of Māori land earmarked for development in the eastern Bay of Plenty will have their rates written off for the first five years.
The Māori Affairs Committee is urging Māori to have their say and tell Parliament what they think about proposed changes to the Ture Whenua Māori Act.
Māori health providers say more Māori medical staff are needed if the woeful cancer rate is to improve.
Hospice New Zealand is calling for an increase in the number of Māori working in palliative care, saying there is a great deal of room for improvement. (AUDIO)
The white-flowered ngutukākā, a rare variant of the kākābeak, has been welcomed back to Te Reinga Marae in Wairoa.
Māori in eastern Bay of Plenty are hailing a plan to create kiwifruit orchards as a solution to high unemployment and low productivity in the region.
There is no basis to the claim Māori have a stronger interest in water than any other group, says Labour's environment spokesman David Parker. (AUDIO)
Ngāti Kahu is mourning respected kaumatua Manuera Tohu QSM, who has died after a short illness.
Descendants of Māori exiled with the prophet Te Kooti to the Chatham Islands 150 years ago will visit the island for the first time today.