Twelve rangatahi Māori from across the country have accompanied Dr Lance O'Sullivan and the Moko Foundation to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York.
The New Zealand Union of Students' Associations is pressing the Minister of Education to reinstate post-graduate students' eligibility for student allowances in next month's budget.
A Northland Māori honey business received the supreme award at the Māori Women's Development Inc awards last night. Rob and Lohnet Murray have been producing manuka honey for almost 10 years and are now coaching more Māori youth into the industry.
Last year, NCEA pass rates for Puhoro STEM Academy students surpassed nationwide averages. Now that success is set to spread to South Auckland.
Renata Watene, owner operator of Occhiali Optometrists has been nominated for an award for her mahi with kaumātua from Auckland based iwi, Ngāti Whātua ki Ōrākei.
The Hato Petera College community is banding together in an effort to keep the doors of their beloved school open, despite confirmation by Education Minister Chris Hipkins that the consultation process for closure will begin.
Hato Pētera College has suffered a major decline in student numbers and in its 90th year is down to just one student named Stephanie Pomare. Despite this, the school will receive approximately $200,000 in state funding to remain open.
Creating better outcomes for women in prison is what the Howard League volunteers have aimed for. Their latest project for inmates is doing time to learn about beekeeping.
Rotorua Boys High School Y12 student Taipari Walker is part of a delegation that will travel to visit NASA in Houston.