Yvonne Tahana

02:03
Opponents say he led attacks on Waikato Maori and has blood on his hands.

'I don't think we ought to celebrate his life' - Auckland memorial of commander who led attacks killing 12 Maori under scrutiny

The remains of Colonel Marmaduke Nixon are buried under the traffic island, but an online petition wants the memorial removed.

02:02
Rene Naufahu admitted the charges in the Auckland District Court.

Watch the moment Ex-Shortland Street actor Rene Naufahu pleads guilty to six indecent assault charges during acting classes

The offending including touching women on their breasts, bottoms and kissing them with his tongue.

00:51
Ms Turei has been under fire since her benefit fraud revelations.

Opinion: Turei's demise sends a clear message to Maori

Yvonne Tahana says the rapid end of Metiria Turei’s political career is a sad waste of talent.

02:14
The inquiry will lay out the historical record of treaty breaches since 1840.

Waitangi Tribunal inquiry into Northland treaty claims finishes up

The inquiry will lay out the historical record of treaty breaches since 1840.

02:01
GNS Science is working with decades worth of data to develop an early warning system.

Early warning system for slips being developed

GNS Science is working with decades worth of data to develop an early warning system.

01:51
A new campaign called #FFS Vote is trying to turn around dreadful voting statistics.

Social media star William Waiirua fronts playful new campaign encouraging young Maori to vote

A new campaign called #FFS Vote is trying to turn around dreadful voting statistics.

01:45
B and her family arrived at Te Puea Marae with nowhere else to go, but now have a house to call home.

South Auckland's Te Puea Marae to open doors and shelter city's homeless for second winter in a row

Since closing in September last year the marae has had constant calls for assistance.

02:12
Mr Tamati is aiming for an upset win in the Maori set of Te Tai Hauauru.

'I know how to play' - Former Kiwis international Howie Tamati throws his hat in for Maori Party

Internal Labour polling has put Tamati ahead of Labour incumbent Adrian Rurawhe.

01:41
Dr Lance O'Sullivan says the region has terrible socio-economic stats, and that can be changes by developing new generations of leaders.

Northland doctor who called out anti-vaccination film says Northland needs leaders

Dr Lance O'Sullivan says the region has terrible socio-economic stats, and that can be changes by developing new generations of leaders.

02:05
The party has made a deal with a fledgling Pacific political group.

'All steam and no hangi' rival says as Maori Party and One Pacific strike election deal

The parties hope the move will broaden both of their support bases.

00:40
Ngai Te Rangi has set out this morning to block a container shipping lane in Tauranga Harbour.

Watch: Treaty settlement protesters set out to block Tauranga shipping lane

Ngai Te Rangi has taken issue with an upcoming settlement.

01:53
The All Black legend has been knighted for his work re-engaging students in learning, but says he's just part of the 'big village'.

All Black legend Michael Jones becomes 'Sir' for work re-engaging students in learning

Sir Michael Jones has received a knighthood for services to the Pacific community and youth.

01:53
Ngai Tupoto have started a public fundraising campaign to buy Motukaraka Island in Hokianga, which they say is a link to their identity.

Hokianga Harbour island could be yours for $350,000

Three bids to buy Motukaraka Island were rejected by the owners.

02:03
Goebel and her sisters have an inspirational message for teenage Maori and Pacific women.

Parris Goebel and her sisters aiming to give young South Auckland women a hand

The choreographer will work with 40 girls from three colleges on things like confidence and motivation.

02:03
Goebel and her sisters have an inspirational message for teenage Maori and Pacific women.

'They need a bit more push' – dance queen Parris Goebel out to boost young Kiwi women

Goebel and her sisters have an inspirational message for teenage Maori and Pacific women.

01:53
Ngai Tupoto have started a public fundraising campaign to buy Motukaraka Island in Hokianga, which they say is a link to their identity.

Northland hapu launch fundraising campaign to buy precious island

Motukaraka Island in the Hokianga Harbour has been out of Maori hands since before the Treaty of Waitangi was signed.

01:53
Ngai Tupoto have started a public fundraising campaign to buy Motukaraka Island in Hokianga, which they say is a link to their identity.

Local hapu aiming to buy island sold before Treaty of Waitangi signing

Ngai Tupoto have started a public fundraising campaign to buy Motukaraka Island in Hokianga, which they say is a link to their identity.

01:47
One homeowner in Titirangi shouted across a muddy barricade to describe how she sent her husband to investigate.

'It's obviously a bit annoying' - residents on West Auckland road stranded since slip blocked road

Homeowners in Titirangi have to shout across a muddy barricade to describe their situation.

Video: Sister filmed high-as-a-kite on synthetic drugs burst into tears, thanked brother and seeking help

An Auckland man posted a shocking video of his sister drooling and convulsing.

00:22
Labour's Maori seat MPs will stand in the electorates only and forgo their party's list.

Opinion: Labour's Maori seat MPs forgoing list spots could backfire as a move

The policy announced yesterday has risks, writes 1 NEWS Maori Affairs reporter Yvonne Tahana.

01:36
New Zealand cheese makers are moving more product than ever - $1.7 billion worth last year.

NZ Champions of Cheese Awards handed out as exports grow

New Zealand cheese makers are moving more product than ever - $1.7 billion worth last year.

01:57
King Tuheitia is backing Rahui Papa to stand in the Hauraki-Waikato electorate, setting up a battle with Labour's Nanaia Mahuta.

Labour MP welcomes 'straight and clean' campaign after Maori King endorses Maori Party candidate

King Tuheitia is backing iwi heavyweight Rahui Papa against Nanaia Mahuta.

02:00
Our second biggest trading partner has confirmed its economic growth is at a near three decade low.

China's annual People's Congress comes with a word of warning for NZ exporters

Our second biggest trading partner has confirmed its economic growth is at a near three decade low.

01:54
Customs says there has been an increased variety of drugs coming through following 2016 as a record year for seizures.

Auckland drugs bust: 'We've had that powder tested and we know that it’s heroin'

Customs says there has been an increased variety of drugs coming through.

01:56
Forty seven teams were welcomed to Hawke's Bay for four days of competition.

Kapa haka festival 'one of those events where your mana's on the line'

Forty seven teams were welcomed to Hawke's Bay for four days of competition.

Woman pleads guilty over Huntly Muslim abuse incident caught on video

A woman appeared in court today after a racially charged attack in Huntly at the weekend.

02:19
Some iwi leaders today called for big changes to proceedings at Waitangi.

Plea for harmony a key message at Waitangi Day dawn service

Some iwi leaders today called for big changes to proceedings at Waitangi.

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