Despite the occupation and eviction off Bastion Point, Ngāti Whātua continue to hold the land and fight for it
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wouldn't confirm the news this morning saying only that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a 'standing invitation' to visit.
Mycoplasma bovis can cause untreatable mastitis in cows but does not infect humans or pose a food risk.
It's believed a fifth of the headstones at a whānau cemetery in Hawke’s Bay were damaged with a sledgehammer.
To mark tech week, an initiative to give kids a chance to experience digital innovation has just kicked off. The program is being delivered in low decile schools where students aren't as likely to get such exposure to the latest in digital technology. And as Krystal-lee Brown reports, students heard from a Māori tech pioneer who says innovation is in our blood.
This week marks 40 years since the end of the occupation of Takaparawha by Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei which saw a force of over 700 govt forces evict the iwi from the area. Sharon Hawke, who was there to see it all, says despite govt plans to evict and vilify them, Ngāti Whātua still holds on to the land they fought for. Hania Douglas - Te Karere reports.
The proposed mega-prison in Waikeria has been stopped in its tracks. Corrections Minister, Kelvin Davis, confirmed the decision today. This report from Irena Smith - Te Karere.