Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2014 3 min 29 sec
Ngati Toa descendants have packed out Parliament's public gallery to witness the introduction of a law to protect their famous tribal haka, Ka Mate.
All historical Treaty of Waitangi claims in the South Island have been settled.
The secondary teachers union says it's not surprising a Northland charter school is having trouble getting staff.
The Electoral Commission has made minor adjustments to the Maori electoral boundaries of Ikaroa-Rawhiti and Waiariki.
A Maori charter school in Northland has had another setback, this one the resignation of its business director.
Thousands of people are gathering in Upper Hutt north of Wellington for the annual Maori Catholic Hui Aranga event.
Crown Forestry Rental Trust chair Angela Foukles is confident it can get the job of funding treaty claimants done, despite troubled relationships between trustees.
Rangatahi are riding to the rescue of Te Reo - despite the census showing a drop in Maori language speakers.
The chairperson of a Palmerston North Maori Catholic club, Rawiri Tinirau, says many non-religious members are still drawn to the Hui Aranga event.
Fewer than half of all Ngapuhi hapu have chosen to support the tribe's Treaty settlement process - by nominating people to direct it.
A test case needs to be brought against Australia to challenge laws that discriminate against New Zealanders, the Maori Affairs Select Committee has been told.
Maori fisheries trust Te Ohu Kaimoana is disappointed the Government has dropped iwi exemptions to new laws stopping the use of foreign fishing boats, it says.
Most regions are recording increases in the proportion of Maori but Auckland is bucking the trend, new statistics show.
Ngapuhi suggests it could take a contemporary Waitangi Tribunal claim over a new commercial fishing law.
A collective of tribal leaders has failed to convince the Government to boost the price of carbon credits.
A medal awarded to a Ngapuhi chief 200 years ago is returning home thanks to the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
A marae collective believes its appeals for the protection of the environment have been recognised in a decision on the Ruataniwha dam.
The Crown Forestry Rental Trust is already showing signs of progress as it moves to mend a serious breakdown within the organisation, Maori member Maanu Paul says.