A woman refusing eviction from her state house of over 20 years has until the end of this week to hear the outcome of her fight.
The issue around lowering the prices of sanitary items has been a discussion for a long time now. It has come up once again, after the Government agency announced on Monday that a funding application for the sanitary items was received in late 2016.
Angie Smith of Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāi Tūhoe has inspired many performers because of her natural beauty and passion for kapa haka and other dancers such as hula in the Auckland region. In 1988 Angie would debut for Te Waka Huia in Whangarei with their many successes later including three national championships.
An Auckland dentist is offering free training to keen mums and dads who want to become oral health advocates in their communities. DentalCare West's Dr Scott Waghorn says the number of tooth extractions for children is on the rise and educating parents as kaitiaki could help reduce those statistics.
With Te Matatini upon us, we take a look at the many hands in Ngāti Kahungunu that have either donated food or volunteered their time to make sure the thousands of visitors to the region are fed.
The Auckland Florist that failed to deliver a number of Valentine's Day orders is delivering an apology. Although 50,000 red rose stems left Tomuri and Co on its busiest day of the year a number of valentines were left upset and empty handed.
Zero Waste will be part and parcel of Te Matatini which begins this Thursday.
With the whole Māori nation excited about Te Matatini, Heretaunga is preparing for thousands of visitors enjoying the pinnacle event for Māori performing arts.
He Amorangi: Tū Te Manawa Maurea performer Piata Waitai is known for her elegance and poise. She says her family's passion are the arts, kapa haka is only one aspect.
The staff at Northlands' Bird Recovery Centre have been kept busy this summer inundated with all species of native birds found suffering from heat exhaustion due to the long spell of high temperatures and drought-like conditions.
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on the Hawkes Bay as the region prepares for the Te Matatini Kapahaka competition. Many are likely to visit one of Napier's top tourist attractions, Pania of the Reef, a legendary figure in Māori mythology.
For over a hundred years the Te Aupouri Rugby Football Club has competed in the Mangonui sub-union of Northland Rugby. But with strong support from its youth this weekend the club began a new chapter in its sporting history.
Tonight's Amorangi feature is a story about two sisters Maani and Sarah Waititi who are performers for Te Matatini defending champions Te Whānau a Apanui. They say that their Nanny and Pāpā are the reason they are passionate about their iwi and group.