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Far North mayor hits out at government's Māori ward changes

Far North District Council and Northland Regional Council were set to oppose the coalition government's signalled changes to Māori wards. The ... View article...

Iwi-supported accommodation for released prisoners opens in Tāmaki

Te Hāpai Ō, led by Te Rūnanga ō Ngāti Whātua, is a new iwi-supported accommodation service in Auckland that will cater to tāne Māori , aiding their ... View article...

JCDeaux and Haumi celebrate two-year partnership

JCDecaux is celebrating its two-year partnership with concept and creative studio Haumi to showcase Māori art and cultural connection. View article...

Former All Black Ian Jones reconnects with his Māori heritage

All blacks legend Ian Jones, 57, is on a journey to reconnect with his Ngāi Tahu ancestry by trekking through the Hollyford Valley in New ... View article...

Māori lawyers call Shane Jones' Waitangi Tribunal comments 'inappropriate'

The Māori Law Society says his comments breach the principle of the separation of powers and the Cabinet Manual. View article...

Anthony Hōete made a Fellow by the Royal Society Te Apārangi

Professor Anthony Hōete has been made a Ngā Ahurei a Te Apārangi Fellow for his advancement of New Zealand and Māori architecture worldwide. View article...

Whales in Pacific countries gain rights of legal personhood

However, He Whakaputanga Moana marks a departure from these precedents. Unlike earlier initiatives, it is grounded in tikanga Māori (customary law), ... View article...

Māori woman mistaken as thief by supermarket AI not surprising, experts say

Māori AI and data expert Karaitiana Taiuru believes there are other Māori who have been affected but have not yet come forward. View article...

Māori consultant is encouraging Stuff to share pou tiaki with Newshub

Pou Tiaki is part of Stuff's aims to provide equal representation in news for all marginalised communities including Māori , Pacific, LGBTQIA+ and ... View article...

Auckland Blues begin reo Māori journey

Learning te reo Māori comes with it challenges and starting the journey can be the biggest one. But a new initiative, set up by the Auckland Blues ... View article...

New guidelines in NZ for trade marks featuring Maori elements

As use of Te Reo Maori is becoming widespread and increasingly popular throughout New Zealand, trade mark applicants have sought to incorporate ... View article...

Māori woman mistaken as thief by supermarket AI not surprising, experts say

Māori AI and data ethicist Karaitiana Taiuru believes there are other Māori who have been affected but have not yet come forward. View article...

Motorola's new smartphone has full Te Reo language capabilities and is legit affordable

Motorola is rolling out three new smartphones where the home screen, texts, settings and everything else will read in Te Reo. Although Māori  ... View article...

Dream Comes True with New Māori Health Center

Hamilton's Māori community celebrates the opening of a $12 million Taakiri Tuu wellness and diagnostic centre, aiming to reduce health ... View article...

Māori modernist vibe recaptured at Wairau Gallery

The work of eight iconic Māori modernists is now on display at the Wairau Māori Art Gallery in Whangarei's Hundertwasser Centre. View article...

Sonny days ahead for rising Broncos talent Willison

Upon his return from injury this year, Broncos fans got a glimpse of Willison could do when he played for the Māori All Stars, taking his cues from ... View article...

Kaupapa Māori diagnostic centre opens in Hamilton

Kiingi Tūheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII today led several hundred people in celebrating the opening of Te Kōhao Health's $17 million wellness ... View article...

New Māori health facility opens in Hamilton

Hamilton's new Te Kōhao Health, Wellness and Diagnostic Centre is designed to give Māori in the region tino rangatiratanga over their own health. View article...

Jenny-May Clarkson reveals her moko kauae: 'This is still me' -

Te Waka refused to give his children Māori first names because of how his own name was made fun of when he was growing up. “As a teenager trying to ... View article...

University of Auckland Academics Pay Tribute to Linda Tuhiwai Smith

“When I watch young Māori , they want the world,” Linda told the Taumata audience. “And we need an education system that makes that possible. When I ... View article...