Kōhanga reo songs, haka and waiata are used to teach tamariki their Māori culture
With the increase of tourists to the island, sees more opportunities for Māori living off the grid
Only one road in the Coromandel remains closed today after the peninsula was slammed by strong winds and heavy downpours over the weekend.
A 19-year-old who also lived at the Perth house is in police custody after they were alerted to the suspected homicide.
The 28-year-old is due to appear in Manukau District Court today.
Chris Cahill of the Police Association says it's something the Labour government needs to reconsider.
Justice Minister Andrew Little says the panel will run its own independent process and make their recommendations directly to him.
Meet a self-made Māori businesswoman who is always looking for the next opportunity in order to survive the demands of off-grid living on the remote island of Great Barrier. As Te Rina Kowhai reports Loma Cleave believes that utilising the main source of employment there, tourism, is the key for the economic growth of Māori businesses on Great Barrier.