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First Person - Following Cook Islands Language Week last week, Daniela Maoate-Cox reflects on it as a time to connect with her culture, but also as a reminder of what has been lost.
The Pacific has some of the lowest rates of women's participation in politics in the world but some women are taking a stand to lift their numbers.
Weddings, birthdays and funerals could be helping Pacific people claim the title as the highest consumers of sugary drinks in New Zealand.
Recipients of the New Zealand Prime Minister's Pacific Youth awards are focusing on giving back to the community. Audio
Descendants of Cook Islands men who enlisted in the First World War have acknowledged their ancestors' service at Parliament in New Zealand. Audio
Pacific people often feel the pressure to let their artistic talent fall by the wayside in pursuit of other career paths but artists in New Zealand hope their success can buck the trend. Audio
Marchers have taken to the streets in Wellington to show their support of the council paying all staff a so-called living wage.
A new partnership between Te Arawa and the Rotorua District Council will provide a model for other rohe to adopt, Labour says.
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.
Rough seas at Muriwai Beach didn't stop Auckland lifeguard Tai Kahn from dropping out of a helicopter to rescue a trapped surfer. Audio
Hundreds of people gathered today at Sir Ian Athfield's rabbit-warren home in Khandallah to farewell the Christchurch-born architect. Audio