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A Māori funeral director in Auckland is asking iwi to help shoulder the funeral costs of their tribal descendants.
Taihape whānau are gearing up for an action-packed weekend as they come together to celebrate 10 years of an annual whānau sports event.
Māori farmers are backing an iwi-led agricultural training programme that aims to produce more Māori farming managers. Audio
A Māori film festival director wants to organise a symposium on indigenous food and gastronomy after he gets back home from a festival in Canada.
The famous novel Alice in Wonderland has been translated into Te Reo Māori to mark its 150th anniversary.
The National Māori Broadband Working Group is welcoming the appointment of an advisory group to oversees $30 million in Māori ICT funding.
A Whanganui iwi activist who has been described as a staunch supporter of tino rangatiratanga or self determination was buried today.
Forty years to the day after she led the Māori land march to Parliament, Dame Whina Cooper is being remembered as a visionary leader.
The people of the Whanganui River are mourning the death of iwi rights campaigner Piripi Haami, who was 64.
A recycling kaupapa is being credited for diverting 60 tonnes of waste from marae in Waikato away from landfills.
The designers behind New Zealand's latest tourism campaign were among the three winners in the Māori section of the New Zealand design awards.
Iwi and the local community in Northland are welcoming the millions of dollars of funding to help protect the kiwi and enhance its natural habitat.
Tribal leadership and celebrating 20 years since the signing of the Waikato-Tainui Treaty settlement are on the agenda of this year's Tainui Rangatahi Taumata Hui.
Waikato-Tainui says the closure of the Huntly East Mine will have a devastating impact on the community, but it is considering the first right of refusal rule when it comes to the land the mine sits…
A unique grief support programme featuring Māori authors is attracting nationwide interest, its organiser says.
A Wellington restaurant that launched a bilingual menu using English and Te Reo Māori says it is encouraging some diners to order their kai in Māori.
The Māori king, iwi leaders, politicians, dignitaries and an eastern Bay of Plenty tribe will be commemorating the 150th anniversary of an attack on Te Tarata Pā by colonial troops.
A hand-crafted font, three schools under one roof and a new visual identity for the Armed Offenders Squad have made the finals of the 2015 Best Design Awards.
As 13 Māori nursing students graduate from Whitireia Polytechnic, hopes are high that their bicultural skills will improve outcomes for Māori patients.
After two years of consultation, Miranda Hot Springs on the shores of Tikapa Moana (the Firth of Thames) is reverting to its original Māori name.
A Māori health professional says mentoring for young Māori doctors is limited and he wants to see that they get more support.
The Māori Medical Practitioners Association is welcoming a call for doctors to work together to address issues of inequality tāngata whenua face in the health system.
With a significant number of Māori medical students due to graduate in 5 years it is important they get collegial support, chair of the Medical Council says.
Northland College students joined a march through the streets of Kaikohe today to raise awareness of child sexual abuse.
The Te Reo Māori bill has been held up because Minister of Māori Development Te Ururoa Flavell wants to translate the piece of legislation into Māori, he says.