Māori Issues
Community leaders in Kaikohe are calling for specialised, on the job training at Kura Kaupapa Maori.
Kaikohe faces a teacher shortage in kura kaupapa Māori schools
The Blair family are currently undertaking their journey to learn Te Reo Māori together.
Warriors star Adam Blair embraces relearning Te Reo Māori with whānau
The agreement legally recognises Ngati Porou’s mana over its coastal and marine area.
Second largest iwi on track to become first to secure customary marine title
Māori women are vastly underrepresented in the country’s fastest-growing sector.
More Māori women needed in technology sector, tech company founder says - 'who better to build for us than us?'
Sydney, Australia.
Visa woes likely to continue for NZers in Australia, especially Māori - Oz Kiwi
Jenny Salesa says its crucial that the initiative is picked up by whanau and community.
Government announces $12m Wellbeing Budget for rheumatic fever initiative
Māori Language Commission/Te Taura Whiri chief executive Ngahiwi Apanui
Crown launches 'snap-reo' to boost number of reo speakers
Councillor Michael Laws has called a measure to have two candidates hand-picked by Ngāi Tahu for the Otago Regional Council's policy committee "worse than racist."
Otago Regional Council's move to have committee members picked by iwi 'worse than racist' - Michael Laws
His tangi was held today in Northland.
Hundreds gather for master waka builder Sir Hekenukumai Busby's final voyage
Rangiputa mountain in Karikari Peninsula.
Fears tourism providers exploiting Māori culture for profit
The Corrections Minister launched the programme in Northland today.
Nearly $100m into new Māori prison programme 'going to be a big change' - Corrections Minister
University of Waikato associate professor Leonie Pihama joined Breakfast this morning to explain why she believes issues at the agency are getting worse.
Oranga Tamariki sees increasing number of child removals over 'systemic racism' - researcher
A year ago, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei launched it Toi Ora programme, which offered members free comprehensive healthcare through a partnership with insurer NIB.
Major iwi celebrates first year of pioneering free healthcare programme
James Cook and Tina Ngata
Movement to boycott this year's 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook's landing gains strength
The National deputy leader said she felt the “genuineness” of who she was despite being unable to speak the language.
'Genuineness of who we are' - Paula Bennett speaks out after being accused of being 'not Māori enough'
'Excited and a little afraid' - First Māori on the Supreme Court bench wants a focus on his culture
Scotty Morrison explains meaning of word Pākehā after it was labelled a racist term
Four hundred new homes are planned for the tiny village of Ihumatao in the city’s south.
Protestors blockade access road to planned Auckland housing development
Land covering 2200 square metres around Mt Taranaki has been put up for tender for oil and gas drilling
Māori disappointed ancestral land up for tender for oil and gas drilling in Taranaki
Derek Lardelli is an influential ta moko artist, painter, carver and sculptor.
Influential Māori artist Derek Lardelli honoured
World's first Māori woman bishop elected
First Māori judge appointed to Supreme Court
Whittaker proudly fights for Australia, but is eager to learn about the Kiwi blood that runs through him.
UFC star Robert Whittaker keen to learn more about his Māori heritage
The cancelled 'Māui' skin, as shown on the Z1 Battle Royale website before it was removed.
US game developer cancels release of Māori skin after apparent backlash
Adult handing fruit to child.
Kai Kitchen under fire after accusations of racial profiling in advert
The Maungatapu Marae may soon have a transmission line hanging over its grounds.
Tauranga marae challenges power company in court over powerline changes
That’s according to a new report from community group Action Station.
Funding shortfall in services that help sexual violence victims 'causing further harm' - report
Marae looks at what’s stopping Māori from getting life, heath, home and contents insurance.
Why do so few Māori have any insurance?
A linguistics team at the University of Waikato says Māori language has been thriving throughout New Zealand newspapers.
Māori language revitalised throughout print media in recent years - study
The council’s executive director, Matthew Tukaki, joined Breakfast to discuss why the current DHB model is “not fit for purpose”.
Calls for 'standalone Māori heath authority' as DHB model labelled 'not fit for purpose'