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Analysis: Anger and frustration boiled over at a hikoi to Parliament yesterday, because some iwi feel the Crown is taking their mana and giving it away, writes Shannon Haunui-Thompson
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta wants to look at developing a heritage trail for the New Zealand Wars battle sites around the country.
Nearly 100 people have protested against plans to build New Zealand's biggest chicken farm next to a marae. Video
Ihaka Rehua, who has been at Te Puea Marae in their temporary housing for four weeks with his wife and six children, is one of several at a meeting with potential employers.
It was meant to be a secret celebration but thanks to Facebook, Kelvin Davis soon found out there was a surprise waiting for him today at Kāretu.
The Prime Minister was welcomed in the first day of her five-day visit to Waitangi with baby jokes and a warm reception from prominent iwi leaders.
A kapa haka star has started a campaign encouraging women to get a smear test.
An Auckland iwi says it will go to the Supreme Court to block a Crown bid to hand over pieces of what it considers its land to other iwi in treaty settlements.
Auckland Council has missed opportunities for Māori living in the city, an independent review has found. Audio
Analysis - The spectre of te reo-bashing has raised its head - again. RNZ's Te Manu Korihi editor has something to say.
The pressure is on for all Māori MPs in the new government to deliver changes that were promised during their election campaign.
A small group of local Māori in Kaitaia set up a road block early this morning to stop workers from accessing the Te Hiku sports hub construction site.
Ten years ago, with new anti-terrorism powers under their belt, police swooped on the people of Tūhoe in what has come to be known as the Urewera raids.
Analysis - MMP promised a more representative government giving minorities more of a voice. But what happens when there isn't an independent Māori voice, asks Shannon Haunui-Thompson.
Māori who attend kaupapa Māori schools were more likely to stay in school until they were 17 compared to those in mainstream education, a new report shows.
A 1938 recording is being released online in a digital exhibition.
The te reo Māori version of Disney's hit movie Moana will have its red whāriki premiere in Auckland tonight.
The Crown's actions contributed to the pollution of Lake Horowhenua and Hōkio Stream, the Waitangi Tribunal has found.
Maturing Treaty of Waitangi settlements are on track to help significantly grow the Māori economy, which is estimated to be worth $50 billion, a new report says.
The Crown has officially apologised for the atrocities it committed when it sacked the peaceful Taranaki settlement of Parihaka in 1881. Video
Not even Pope Francis would be able to help the Ngāpuhi settlement, which has been hit by internal disputes, Treaty Minister Chris Finlayson says.
Māori Television chief executive Paora Maxwell, who has resigned three years into his five-year contract, says he has few regrets.
Māori students credit whānau support for their success but say family commitments also made studying more difficult.
In a world first, the river is about to gain the same legal status as a person.
The fate of the landmark is the final step in settling all historical negotiations between Taranaki's eight iwi and the Crown.