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Police figures show Māori make up more than half of people warned or charged following police pursuits.
Latest figures show Māori make up less than 5 percent of all university academics in New Zealand.
Andrew Little, the Justice and Treaty Negotiations minister, says understanding te reo Māori is a vital part of understanding tangata whenua, and the cultural concepts te reo seeks to express. Video
RNZ presenter Guyon Espiner says learning te reo Māori required him to un-learn the way Māori place names and words were incorrectly pronounced and butchered by his peers growing up. Video
Te wiki o te reo Māori has begun and Wellington central has been transformed.
An indigenous social scientist has given an alarming message in Parliament about how Māori have been excluded from the management and prevention of kauri dieback.
Māori students studying medicine at the University of Otago say they are fed up with the ignorance they face over the way they are selected into their second year of study. Audio
Fears that the oldest Māori radio station could close have eased after a breakthrough meeting.
The longest-standing Māori radio station in the country could go off air within weeks if it can't secure funding.
Wellington iwi are blocking the oldest Māori radio station from getting funding, and the station is on the brink of closure.
A kiwi singer stunned politicians today in a surprise stand-up performance during a Māori Affairs Select Committee. Video
Students and staff at the University of Waikato are disappointed with a proposal to scrap the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, with one professor calling it a "white-streaming" of Māori…
A Rangitukia family's 60 year-long battle for the remains of a New Zealand soldier to return home will come to an end next week. Video
The government's goal to have one million New Zealanders able to speak basic reo Māori by 2040 is achievable, a Māori Language teacher says.
The Pare Hauraki Collective Settlement was signed yesterday in an emotional ceremony that brought many of its people to tears, Te Aniwa Hurihanganui looks at how the day unfolded.
About 100 people from Hauraki iwi were met by protesters from the Tauranga Moana iwi when they arrived to sign their collective deed of settlement this morning. Video
The Treaty Negotiations Minister intends to sign off on a controversial treaty settlement as early as next week, despite opposition from another iwi. Video
The appointment of a new advisor will not give Māori a strong enough voice at the council, a Hawke's Bay councillor says.
The government is seeking advice from Māori language experts as to how to get more teachers speaking te reo.
Former Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell has resigned as the party's co-leader to take up a new position as the chief executive of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
After more than a century the unknown remains of 17 Māori and Moriori ancestors have returned to Aotearoa.
A Tauranga iwi is fronting a $10,000 reward for information about accusations that a prominent Māori leader abused children.
Calls are mounting for a formal Police investigation into claims that a Māori leader, Te Awanuiārangi Black, was a paedophile.
Hutt Valley Hospital and Kōkiri Marae in Lower Hutt are taking a stand to stop babies dying, with figures showing 39 percent of Māori mothers smoke during pregnancy.
The living legends of kapa haka converged in Wellington over the weekend for the 10th anniversary of the Kaumātua Kapa Haka festival.