Much criticism has been leveled at the forestry industry after images of forestry slash strewn across the East Coast came to light following the Queen’s Birthday floods. Now some whānau-led forestry contractors are feeling the pinch as their crews have been unable to work due to a lack of access to sites, and they claim a lack of urgency to address the problem is only making things worse.
Nurses have voted to reject the latest pay offer from the country's district health boards. Despite the latest pay offer being upped by half a billion dollars, the nurses’ 30,000 union members are unmoved and strike action could be a reality if proposed mediation talks break down.
Tributes continue to pour in for kapa haka star, academic, and health campaigner Talei Morrison. The 42-year-old died on Friday from cervical cancer, but her legacy, message and example to all Māori will continue to live on.
Greens co-leader will meet with the NZ Police Commissioner Mike Bush to discuss racism within the Police after posting experiences of racial profiling by Police towards a member of her family.
He Tānga Manawa | In 1989, the United Nations honoured Dame Whina Cooper for her environmental achievements, adding her name to an elite international list, the Global 500 Roll of Honour.
Groups of people gathered in South Auckland yesterday to plant trees samplings raised in the Auckland prison nursery.
The levy for tourists will go towards infrastructure and freedom camping facilities.
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has ordered an investigation into the governance and management of Te Whakatōhea Māori Board Trust.
Just days away from Matariki, calls are being made to make it a public holiday with support including members of parliament.