It's never been more important to support local. Here's how you can support Māori and Pasifika-owned business this Christmas (and throughout the year).
In his new book, Anglican minister and historian Dr Hirini Kaa tells the 200-year story of iwi engaging with the church. Here he shares some of the threads of his life that led to writing Te Hāhi Mihinare – The Māori Anglican Church.
A woman walks into her local council office and asks if she can veto the Māori ward. That’s not the start of a joke – it’s weirdly something that can actually happen.
As the law stands, councils that have voted to establish Māori wards can have that decision overturned by a public referendum. It's time for the legislation to go.
Boil-up tells a story of connection to family, hapū, iwi or marae – and for urban Māori, it's a way to tap into the comfort of cultural connection.
For many Māori, diplomacy is something learned at your grandparents’ knee. Nanaia Mahuta’s appointment as foreign minister just makes sense.
In a legal first, Ngāi Tahu has lodged a statement of claim in the High Court seeking recognition of its rangatiratanga over their awa and moana.
New Zealand is one of the only developed countries still battling rheumatic fever, and new research funding hopes to change that.
With five Māori in cabinet and another three Māori MPs in the wider executive, Shane Te Pou explains what it means – and what must come next.
Matt Renata was a constant presence at Ihumātao, assembling what he calls a 'church of the good vibes'. But not everyone was thrilled to see him.
It is time to integrate tikanga Māori into law school's to create a bijural, bicultural, bilingual legal system, writes University of Otago's Professor Jacinta Ruru.
Like hundreds of thousands of others, Nadine Anne Hura’s brother couldn’t see the point in participating in a system that didn’t make space for him, much less represent him.