Renowned kapa haka performer Talei Morrison is the voice behind the campaign Smear Your Mea, encouraging women to have their cervical screening. She speaks candidly with Te Kāea about her journey with cervical cancer.
For the first time, Ratana youth are producing their own live coverage of Ratana celebrations. They want to provide a youth perspective and encourage more participation online and on the ground.
Jocephy Daniels will be the youngest player to lead the NZ Māori Wāhine Toa side when they take on the Australian Indigenous in Sydney. The Ngāpuhi and Tainui fullback has previously tasted success on the field as a captain.
New Zealand’s largest Māori public health organisation has serious concerns over the online gambling products recently launched by the Lotteries Commission.
The government says the recent Ngāi Tahu and Tainui-Waikato Treaty settlement payout won't affect other iwi negotiating a fair deal in the future. Both iwi received a combined $370 million as part of a special clause in their Treaty settlements.
A campaign to encourage women to get cervical smear tests done before they perform at kapa haka regionals has gone viral across the country.