Yvonne Tahana
The large pau has the god of war on one side and god of peace on the other.
Eight-metre-tall carving made from kauri installed in Passchendaele to honour Māori WWI soldiers
It’s hoped this will benefit rural New Zealanders.
Major shakeup to the way paramedics treat heart attacks
Auckland University's Dr Ngarino Ellis says when tapu is broken, "people get sick, people can die".
Man pleads not guilty to greenstone mere theft from Auckland Museum
Wallace was a trade union official when picked to appear in a major role in the movie Utu.
Dame Gaylene Preston, Ian Mune remember Utu actor Zac Wallace after his death
Auckland University's Dr Ngarino Ellis says when tapu is broken, "people get sick, people can die".
'People can die' - Greenstone mere thief could face spiritual, physical effects, expert says
Maya Soetoro-Ng says building peace is important for communities and comes from knowing our stories.
In Wellington, Barack Obama’s sister discusses the importance of peace builders
Busby is responsible for reviving long haul voyaging in the 1990s.
Māori canoe builder and much-loved chief to be knighted tomorrow
The trust has partnered with Water Safety NZ in the hope of improving drowning statistics.
Whanganui trust partnering with Water Safety NZ to improving drowning statistics
The uptake for Māori men of the full face moko is much slower.
'It's your birthright' - More Māori men encouraged to get facial moko despite ongoing debates within Maoridom
Jacinda Ardern made the comments as she announced $1 million funding for Auckland’s Papakura Marae.
'An indictment for us as a nation,' PM says of Māori homelessness rate while announcing $1 million for marae
Māori police officers in Auckland are running cultural competency training sessions.
Cultural competency training hopes to bring down crime rates
The provider says it is now working to improve the quality of its programmes.
Te Wānanga o Aotearoa plunged two places in tertiary rankings
Wallace Te Ahuru is accused of funding a lavish lifestyle by defrauding the trust by over a million dollars.
Dapper clothes and a $130,000 BMW – man accused of defrauding Waitangi Treaty Grounds trust of $1.2 million dubbed himself 'Wallace the Tory' on social media
Archaeologists, however, are being hampered by souvenir hunters, and the Defence Force has concerns too.
Watch: 'It's very rare' – suspected 19th century shipwreck exposed on Auckland's rugged Muriwai Beach
Police and protestors remember the break-up of peaceful Bastion Point occupation.
Day of reflection for protestors and police on 40th anniversary of Bastion Point arrests - 'It was kind of scary but we knew we were right'
Located in the central North Island, it's the country's oldest park and attracts a million visitors a year.
Government says it'll enter into treaty negotiations for the Tongariro National Park
Macadamia cheese on toast on the menu as New Zealand's largest marae goes vegan
The soldiers, who would have travelled the furthest to fight, volunteered for the Maori battalion.
Little-known involvement of Pacific Islanders in WWII Maori Battalion remembered
Many taonga end up in labs to be preserved, but there are calls for them to be displayed for all to see.
'Opportunity to learn about ourselves' - two dozen taonga return to Northland after decade at Auckland university
Te Wananga O Aotearoa has hit back at the claims saying it's critics are overthinking the development of art.
Kiwi education provider accused of stealing Maori culture in tech ventures, but they say it's an overreaction by critics
The warm powhiri for Jacinda Ardern is a sign King Tuheitia's support has flipped back to Labour.
Jacinda Ardern meets with Maori King Tuheitia at Turangawaewae Marae
The party has taken a page out of Labour and National’s playbook.
Maori Party opts for youthful refresh after disastrous election campaign
Two boys from a tiny Hawke's Bay village are chasing an English summer dream in a minority sport.
Two Kiwi teens chase their polo dream in England
Today's events are taking place at the Treaty Grounds' Whare Runanga.
Hundred-strong taua lead powhiri for Governor General at Waitangi
Jamie Lee Tuhoe is seven months pregnant but that doesn't stop her from competing for her elite W6 women's squad.
Pregnant competitor takes part at Waka Ama sprint nationals in Lake Karapiro
It's hoped the Maori language will help the prisoners rehabilitate.
South Auckland prison inmates being taught Te Reo
The Coroner has already compared the three-year-old's death to one of country's worst child abuse cases.
Coroner investigating Moko Rangitoheriri's horrific death calls for all children to be monitored by government agencies
The defence lawyers for Hurimoana Dennis and Vaughan Perry opened and closed their cases today.
Police accused of illegally detaining teenager over suspected underage sex found not guilty
The defence lawyers for Hurimoana Dennis and Vaughan Perry opened and closed their cases today.
Two cops accused of kidnapping teenage boy awaiting High Court jury verdict in Auckland
In an Auckland trial, an inspector faces two charges of unlawfully detaining a teenager and a sergeant is charged with kidnapping.
Watch: Inside the cell and interview room where cops allegedly held teenage boy against his will