Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi for 10 March 2014 3 min 30 sec
Lower North Island local authorities are being accused of failing to represent tangata whenua in their emblems and signage in Wellington.
The Maori Party says its new candidate to stand in Tamaki Makaurau will have huge shoes to fill but says at least three people are eyeing-up the job.
The Maori Internet Society has told the Crown online voting would be good and bad news for Maori.
An East Coast kuia is turning 104 on Monday.
Five Maori business leaders are off to America to gain insight into its indigenous peoples' economic strategies.
The head of the Maori Affairs Select Committee is suggesting some members of Treaty mandate body Tuhoronuku should step down so Ngati Hine can play a part in the planned Ngapuhi settlement.
Getting pregnant women in Waikato to make their own baby sleeping pods out of flax is helping them stop smoking, quit smoking coach says.
State-owned agribusiness Landcorp says better partnerships with iwi are part of its priorities for the future.
The Bay of Plenty iwi of Tuhoe has opened its new $15 million tribal headquarters in Taneatua, near Whakatane.
Bay of Plenty iwi of Ngai Tuhoe is opening the country's first so-called living building, which uses solar power and has its own natural airconditioning system.
The Labour Party has high hopes for a young Maori woman it has chosen to stand in an Auckland electorate.
Senior National MP Tau Henare is urging Tuhoronuku, the Treaty mandating body for Ngapuhi to reconcile opposing sub-tribes - so it can push ahead with a settlement.
A new multi-million dollar museum on the Waitangi Treaty Grounds is expected to be built before 6 February next year.
Ngai Tahu has bought nearly 23,000ha of pine trees from the Crown's West Coast Timberlands forest.
The country's Maori Research Centre of Excellence could close down at the end of next year after missing out on government funding.
Auckland's Independent Maori Statutory Board says Mana Whenua are keen to find an efficient way to provide advice on works which may affect culturally sensitive sites.
Television New Zealand chief executive Kevin Kendrick says discussions about working with Maori Television to produce programmes are still alive.
The Government says people protesting about the Ngapuhi settlement need to relax.