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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.
Most students think that learning their own history, including the Treaty of Waitangi, is boring and over-done, an Auckland history teacher says.
A Wellington law firm has set an ambitious goal to have all its staff members able to speak te reo Māori to its clients.
The government has announced it intends to close Hato Petera College, the only Māori Catholic co-ed school in the country, after mounting concern around its finances, human resources and low student…
The Minister for Women says wahine Māori don't get the credit they deserve for their role in women gaining the right to vote, so she threw an event to acknowledge them.
Wellington has been gifted a new Māori name for its Civic Square, following an announcement that the council will make te reo more visible around the city.
The battle to protect New Zealand's multi million dollar mānuka honey industry from international interlopers is expected to cost $5.5 million over the next 10 years.
The creators of a new international online series want to challenge the way young indigenous women see themselves and the world around them.
The University of Otago has never seen so many Māori students studying to be doctors, new research from the NZ Medical Journal shows.
A new study has found Pacific and Māori people have worse outcomes from bowel cancer than any other ethnic group in the country. Audio
People stormed out of an emergency hui at Waipatu Marae in Hastings today in protest at plans to build an alternative track on Te Mata Peak.