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Opinion - Taking notice of the archaic views of some towards the use of te reo Māori by broadcasters only incites bile in the comments section, and in real life, writes Mani Dunlop.
A senior local surf club member who searched for men missing in the Kaipara boat tragedy says the operator erred in judgment by going out in atrocious conditions.
The bodies of five people have been recovered after a fishing boat got into trouble on the Kaipara Harbour. An air search for the missing trio will resume in the morning.
The fate of 23,000 tonnes of palm kernel extract is set to be decided in the next couple of days, with MPI refusing to disclose who the importer is.
Budget cuts and restructuring is increasing stress for tertiary sector staff, and forcing student support services to be cut.
Teachers' unconscious biases and low expectations are hurting Māori children and teachers need more support to deal with it, educationalists say.
The Ministry of Education has come to the tēpu - or table - to help some of the tamariki at Te Puea marae in Auckland.
Hundreds of people spent the night in their cars to protest against homelessness, and are calling on the government to do more.
Whānau of students at a bilingual unit at an Auckland school are calling for the resignation of the school principal over issues of funding and resourcing.
Māori protesters predict there will be growing opposition now that the Government has granted 15 oil exploration permits to oil and gas companies worth about $110 million. Audio
A kaupapa Maori programme is helping students to excel in research. Te Koronga is part of the University of Otago and incorporates Maori values into learning. Audio
A youth leader in Kawerau says having rangatahi at the table to help prevent suicide will allow others to open up about the kaupapa. Community leaders and groups attended a hui today.
A top-ranking Māori officer says it has been acknowledged there could be some unconscious bias in the police force, but anyone that isn't acting appropriately will be discovered.
A kaupapa Māori drug rehabilitation programme wants money seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only Government agencies.
A group representing Māori in screen production says it hopes a review at Māori Television will help solve existing problems within the station.
The Labour Party says it will focus on increasing the number of Te Reo speaking teachers, as part of its language policy. Some in the party say Te Reo is one of their main campaign issues.
The Human Rights Review Tribunal has been told newspaper cartoons were insulting, discriminating and brought Maori and Pasifika into contempt. MP Louisa Wall has made a complaint.