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Auckland iwi Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei held a dawn ceremony this morning to mark the 40 years since it was evicted from Bastion Point, or Takaparawhau. Audio
Tomorrow marks 40 years since Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei was forcibly evicted from Takaparawhau or Bastion Point in Auckland.
Employment minister Willie Jackson has blasted critics of the 2018 Budget who say it failed to deliver for Māori.
An exhibition showcasing the images of evictions that took place at Takaparawhau or Bastion Point has been launched at the Auckland Museum.
A fund of $37 million has been set up in Budget 2018 to provide funding for Māori housing, land reform and youth employment training.
People in desperate need of housing are suffering because the government-run Māori Housing Network isn't working properly, a Far North housing provider says.
The future of the Kīngitanga has been a central theme of the 160th anniversary of the Māori King movement in Ngaruawahia held this weekend.
Kiwi families who have moved back to New Zealand after living in Australia are struggling with high living costs and low wages that could push them back across the Tasman.
A project that gives primary school children disposable cameras so they can shoot the world as they see it is being rolled out around the country.
A bill which will entrench Māori electorate seats in Parliament has been selected from the members' bill ballot today.
Proponents of Māori wards marched through Whakatane today, demanding adequate indigenous representation at local council level.
A voice artist for advertising agency NZME has refused to voice a client's script after they requested that the place name, Waimate, be pronounced the 'white way'.
A blood test which monitors cancer in the bloodstream is set to be trialled on Māori cancer patients.
Auckland iwi are keen to develop their own housing strategy for Māori living in Auckland says a Māori housing leader.
Tree felling crews have been taking on the dangerous and physically exhausting job of clearing up thousands of trees brought down in storms across Auckland last week.
There are still 1200 homes and businesses in Auckland without power almost a week after storms hit the region - with power not expected to return to some until the end of this week. Audio
The fight to normalise te reo Māori will be taken to the streets of Manurewa this weekend with a bilingual hikoi.
An Auckland Māori Catholic co-ed school will still receive $200,000 worth of state funding despite having only one student on its roll.
Hone Harawira says the decision to stop a woman from staying with her terminally ill husband while being cared for at Waikato Hospital was racially motivated.
Tensions within Tūhoe in the wake of their $170 million Treaty settlement were evident when 13,000 members of the iwi met in Rotorua at the weekend for the two-yearly Te Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe festival.
It was the turn of the future leaders of Tūhoe to take to the kapa haka stage on the first day of the biennial Te Hui Ahurei ā Tūhoe festival taking place in Rotorua this weekend.
Bay of Plenty village Minginui is to get a funding boost of almost $6 million from the government's provincial growth fund, towards the goverment's plan to plant a billion trees. Audio
Should the New Zealand Wars be commemorated as a national public holiday?
After 28 years of Treaty of Waitangi negotiations, central North Island iwi Ngāti Rangi has signed its deed of settlement in Waiouru today.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei is taking the health of its people into its own hands by providing free universal private health insurance for its members.