Her clothing has been seen on celebrities like Ariana Grande and Kylie Jenner, she has over 150,000 Instagram followers and she's currently working from her bedroom.
'Kei hea tātou? Kei Aotearoa tātou, me te aha, he haepapa tō ngā whakahaere e mahi nei i Aotearoa kia tika, kia pono, kia toitū hoki te mahi tahi ki te Māori, i tōna mana hei tangata whenua.'
Engaging with Te Tiriti o Waitangi isn't mandated in the private sector like it is in the public sector. But businesses are discovering the wealth of knowledge to be found through meaningful engagement with Māori.
One former and one current staff member at Waikato University says structural racism at the institution has been bubbling away for years.
This year's winner of the Callaghan Innovation C-Prize challenge, Zincovery, is trying to recycle New Zealand's galvanising waste.
'Zero Suicide Aotearoa' is the latest report from a cross-party mental health group looking to address these dismal suicide rates.
Officially, Auckland playgrounds are closed, but people are still using them because poor signage is making it hard to tell if they're out of bounds or not.
Ngāti Tūwharetoa has just become the first iwi to be approved under the Resource Management Act to take over certain council duties.
Despite changes made to original plans, a group of rangatahi Māori says the Waikato Regional Theatre is still set to be built on their burial ground.
The support and guidance for this year’s Callaghan Innovation C-Prize finalists proved invaluable as Covid-19 turned the challenge on its head.
Do people of different socio-economic backgrounds have the same ability to respond to pandemics like Covid-19?
With his play Shot Bro: Confessions of a Depressed Bullet, actor Rob Mokaraka has been helping people all over New Zealand to open up about their mental health struggles.
As we transition out of a Covid-focused world and prepare for what comes next, New Zealand's ICT industry is gearing towards growth.
Being shot by police had a profound effect on Rob Mokaraka's life in more ways than you'd expect. A new documentary explores his journey to healing his body and his mind.
TVNZ is airing a controversial British reality show, but members of the New Zealand African community want it pulled.