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The Minister for Whānau Ora says other government agencies need to get on board with its approach.
The government is being told to get out of the way and let Māori take charge to keep their own out of court and jail.
Whanganui locals are at their wits end over rapidly rising rental costs and a shortage of homes to rent.
Māori landowners are welcoming a new $100 million land fund, saying they have been shut out from banks for years.
Iwi leaders want more influence over government policy and a stronger relationship with the Crown.
Iwi leaders are working together and sharing insights on how to build the Māori economy and create jobs.
A man is in custody and is due to appear in court today following a series of stabbings in Whanganui that left one person dead and five others injured. Audio
More than 100 people have paddled down the Whanganui River between marae, learning about the river and refreshing their connections to it.
Claims by Wanganui Ratepayers Association that local iwi might block access to parks and reserves if they gain ownership have been called "scaremongering" and "ignorant".
Tobacco is four times more available in low-income communities compared to affluent ones, says a Māori health organisation.
More than 3500 paddlers will take to Lake Karāpiro this week for the National Waka Ama Championship in Cambridge.
A new report is being seen as stronger evidence that the government is ignoring Waitangi Tribunal recommendations.
A Wellington iwi social service has been left confused and angry after the Wellington City Council declined its funding bid to help the homeless.
Educators want schools to teach the Treaty of Waitangi accurately and in depth, but say that's being hampered by a lack of teaching materials and underlying resistance.
The use of a Māori karakia in a Korean pop song has ramped up calls for the government to step up and protect Māori intellectual property. Video, Audio
Virtual reality is being used in Otago prison to help inmates learn to read while they fix cars. Video
Politicians and iwi leaders are criticising the Taxpayers' Union for saying the government shouldn't give koha because it could be used to buy Māori support.
Staff at kōhanga reo (Māori language preschools) are earning minimum wage and the Māori movement is suffering from years of underfunding, an educational trust says.
Less than a third of the country's prisons provide intensive Māori-focused rehabilitation.
The refusal of a Serco prison officer to remove his shoes at a marae, for the tangi of a prominent New Zealand musician, has been labelled as disrespectful and rude. Audio
Some Māori abused in state care say they will be silenced in the government inquiry now that it includes those abused in faith-based institutions.
A plaque has been unveiled at Rātana Pā to mark 100 years of the Rātana faith.
Thousands of people are arriving at Rātana Pā near Whanganui for the church's 100th anniversary celebrations.
The Māori King and the Department of Corrections will build a facility for mothers to reunite with their children who were taken by the state.
Former prisoners are calling for their criminal records to be wiped if they keep out of trouble for seven years.