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A collective of Kaikohe hapū will place a rāhui on the Northland town in response to the spate of shootings across Te Ika-a-Māui.
Dame Ruia the first Māori player to compete at Wimbledon.
Mana whenua Ngāti Paoa, and Waiheke Island community members have been fighting to stop the proposed marina development at Pūtiki Bay/Kennedy Point for the past two years.
It aims to reduce bullying and racism, and is calling for schools to be more accepting of students having tā moko or wearing pounamu.
Thousands of mourners have gathered at Auckland's Ōrākei Marae to pay their respects following his death on Sunday, aged 82.
Fourteen actors were chosen and have begun recording after hundreds of auditions were submitted across Aotearoa.
Perpetual leasing has effectively stripped Māori land owners in Tokomaru Bay of control for the past 100 years.
Waves of mourners gathered at Auckland’s Ōrākei Marae to pay their respects to Joe Hawke, including many who were there when the occupation was evicted.
Take a look back at one of the biggest land occupation's in Aotearoa's history, after the death of the kaumātua who spearheaded it, Joe Hawke.
His niece Precious Clark says his stand at Takaparawhau was a catalyst for Māori throughout the country to follow suit.
The respected kaumātua was a former national president of the Māori Women’s Welfare League and teacher.
In 1976, Hawke formed the Ōrākei Māori Action Committee that took action to stop the subdivision of land on Auckland’s waterfront.
The company had been selling a poster of a map of Aotearoa which features multiple spelling mistakes.
Many have been critical of the small percentage allocated to Māori including the likes of Te Pāti Māori co-leader Rawiri Waititi.
The Budget includes $167m for Whānau Ora to support kaupapa Māori approaches to wellbeing.
A $579m Māori health and wellbeing package was revealed on Thursday as part of Budget 2022.
Of the money, $579.9 million is being invested into various health initiatives.
It was previously called Calliope Crescent, after the British frigate which held paramount chief Te Rauparaha captive for months without trial.
They're also marking 200 years since the birth of King Tāwhiao, who was the first Māori monarch to travel to the UK.
James Lowe will return to his former home of Hamilton, but this time dressed in Irish green to face the Māori All Blacks haka.