Māori Issues
Bryn Hall of the Crusaders breaks away to score a try. Crusaders vs. Blues. 2019 Investec Super Rugby. Christchurch Stadium, Christchurch, New Zealand. Saturday 25 May 2019. © Copyright Photo: Martin Hunter /
Māori All Blacks name same 23, Fiji make 10 changes for second Test
Four family members in court after police called in to end Māori land dispute
The macron has been removed four times in two years.
'Get a life' – Kāpiti mayor slams vandal who keeps removing macron from region’s welcome sign
Iwi leader to sue Government over climate change: 'We are out of time'
The local iwi, Te Rarawa, say the culprits can expect some very bad luck to come their way.
Vandalising of cultural statues on the rise - 'Old colonial thoughts coming through in an inappropriate way'
The scheme is part of the goal to have the language used in all schools by 2025.
Te Reo Māori in classrooms programme begins with 150 teachers
The local iwi, Te Rarawa, say the culprits can expect some very bad luck to come their way.
Local iwi promise retribution for vandals who chopped down sacred pou on Ninety Mile Beach
About 15 people gathered to protest against the uplift of Māori babies.
Protestors unite outside South Auckland branch of Oranga Tamariki
It follows footage of a newborn being uplifted from a mother in hospital by the Children's Ministry.
Protest march to Parliament planned over state's uplift of Māori babies
The hui is the first step towards a Māori-led inquiry into Oranga Tamariki, one of four taxpayer-funded probes into the ministry.
Māori need to stop operating within unhelpful western structures - Oranga Tamariki hui
Members of Māori community outraged over video featuring white men with faux moko
Gisborne's James Cook statue was spray-painted with 'Thief Pākehā' and 'This is our land' 250 years since he landed in Tūranga Nui a Kiwa, or Poverty Bay.
Captain James Cook graffiti raises necessary kōrero - Gisborne councillor
The majority of SUDI-related deaths in New Zealand are babies of Māori or Pacific background.
Importance of flax pods pushed in bid to reduce SUDI deaths in infant Māori
Northland’s Nicole Pihema is the new head of the profession that is under-represented by Māori.
NZ College of Midwives' first Māori president hopes to increase connection with rural areas
The former Maori Party co-leader tells Q+A one of the most painful things you can put a mother through is to take her child from her.
Dame Tariana Turia reveals 'I've taken two of my own grandchildren', slams Oranga Tamariki policy
Iwi leaders say a lack of voter turn-out in politics means Māori aren’t being heard.
Northland Māori make push for greater representation in local government
The tapu pohutukawa grove on Auckland's North Shore.
Plans for boardwalk through ancient pōhutukawa trees on Auckland's North Shore polarising community, iwi
Grainne Moss talked about the video on TVNZ1’s Breakfast this morning.
Oranga Tamariki CEO tells John Campbell baby removal video was 'disturbing', but backs staff
Protest 'lunacy' tiring wider iwi, says Treaty claim negotiator
Atawhai Tuki shares her story with Seven Sharp.
'I couldn't believe it' - woman told to cover moko with makeup before entering Havelock North bar
Georgia Tiatia Fa’atoese Latu’s fledgling business won an award that’s given her much-needed funds to scale up her enterprise.
'My culture's my identity' - Dunedin 12-year-old's poi business goes global
‘A Conversation With  My Country’ deals with issues of Māori imprisonment, welfare and other ‘non-PC’ topics.
Once Were Warriors author Alan Duff's new book looks at NZ's problems in a 'non-PC' way
Whena Owen has this report on the everyday place names that are a reminder of past injustices.
Call for street names honouring colonial officers who led attacks on Māori to be changed - 'We’re surrounded by terrorists'
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Gap between Māori and non-Māori youth arrests continues to grow
Matthew Tukaki says the Waitangi Tribunal report should be seen as an opportunity.
Māori health funding poorly targeted and barely monitored - report
Minister of Children Tracey Martin talks about changes to the Oranga Tamariki Act coming into effect today.
'This is a constant balance' - Minister of children discusses death of baby amid Oranga Tamariki uplift backlash
The existing road that winds through Te Uruwera Forest is hard on vehicles.
Iwi trialling natural paving material for road going through territory in central North Island
The community of Minginui was sick of waiting for promised help which hasn’t come.
Bay of Plenty town banding together for better housing and better health
They’ve become the first place in Aotearoa to be recognised as a National Historic Landmark.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds named as New Zealand’s first National Historic Landmark
Health leaders say the rates of smoking among Maori and Pacifica remain too high, with one calling for a total ban.
Research into cutting Māori, Pasifika smoking rates gets $4.95 million funding boost