A Canterbury DHB manager called out board members on their commitment to the Treaty and Māori health outcomes at a recent public meeting.
A rare carved pātaka has returned to public display with a refurbished exhibit telling the story of its part in the Kīngitanga, or Māori King movement.
Occupiers at Auckland's Ihumātao say they are waiting to learn what the Labour government will decide for the sacred Māori land.
Iwi groups and property owners will sit down together to discuss the future of Kāpiti Coast Airport
Stargazing from the Mt John Observatory is an option in Tekapo again.
COLUMN: Becoming fluent in te reo Māori requires an emphasis on the phrase, not just the word, as this is the natural grammatical unit of the language.
There are more Tokelauans living in New Zealand than there are on the island of Tokelau, and less than half of them speak the indigenous language.
Rota Beattie died with bullet fragments in his head, five years after he was shot during a car chase through central Christchurch.
As a boy in Ruatoria his nan taught him about native medicinal plants. This year he won the country's top conservation award.
Posters from a competition aiming to create conversation about anti-Chinese racism in New Zealand will be part of a collection at Te Papa Museum.
Science meets Indigenous Knowledge.
OPINION: Either way, the idea of people introducing themselves to the river is deeply meaningful to me.
Self-described do-ers not talkers, the longtime friends are determined to pass on their legacy.
The youngest finalist at this year's Smokefree Tangata Beats, Nelson's Alyahna Sanson-Rejouis has won the solo section.
Learning te reo will always be best achieved in a direct face-to-face situation, but knowing how written Māori translates into sound can be helpful when you encounter unfamiliar text.
Many Marlburians want to spend time learning about Māori culture if Matariki becomes a public holiday.
OPINION: Instead of adding more costly public holidays, let’s rearrange what we’ve got to modernise our holidays calendar.
There are no rules telling people how to celebrate Matariki, and making some could be quite “dangerous”, one expert thinks.
Trying to find a single day on which to celebrate a Matariki public holiday would be like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.
OPINION: Finally, it seems Aotearoa isn’t afraid to acknowledge that we are not England. We have our own culture, and we should be proud of it.