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Gavin Bishop’s book Atua won three of the top six awards at the NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.
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"Māori households, whānau, can't afford to not have extra people in the whānau going out to work," Jarrod Haar said.
The Far North is looking for four Māori councillors but only four candidates have come forward so far.
Dr Leilani Walker says more Māori and Pasifika would become academics if their identities weren't used within universities to "benefit other people".
Chanz Mikaere of Tūhourangi-Ngāti Wāhiao says a complete lack of respect was shown at the Rotorua destination.
It comes after media reported officers in Wairarapa were unlawfully taking pictures of young Māori.
Unless you're male, middle-aged and Pākehā, you're probably inadequately represented in your council.
Te Tai Tonga MP Rino Tirikatene told Parliament the bill recognised the iwi's mana and rangatiratanga.
Prue Kapua told Q+A with Jack Tame that the decades long wait to be heard by the Waitangi Tribunal has been tough.
The city hosted its first big event since the pandemic began.
“We need to quickly address access to sugar sweetened beverages in areas close to schools, ECE and other community settings," Selah Hart said.
In some areas, rates for Māori and Pasifika have fallen to as low as 32%, leading to fears a devastating outbreak is just around the corner.
She died on Wednesday, surrounded by her whānau at Ōhinemutu.
Director Tearepa Kahi says the film reflects the enduring impact of the armed police raids on Tūhoe.
This summer has seen the highest number of reported deaths in 40 years, but Māori water experts say this can be prevented.
Following Hone Harawira's "disappearance" in Australia proved eye-opening for the then 1News reporter.
Tross Publishing's latest work claims to tell the true story of the 1864 invasion of Rangiaowhia, denying Māori were burnt to death in a whare karakia.
That’s according to the latest Government figures from Te Matapaeroa 2020.
The initiative, called Te Āhuru Mōwai, comes as Māori councillors continue to encounter racism by members of the public and colleagues.