The Museum of Failure in Hollywood has opened and it features the largest collection of failed products and services from around the world.
The deadline is looming for government agencies as the Minister for Maori development looks finalise the Crown's Maori Language Strategy. The opposition says it has serious concerns if the deadline at the end of the month is not met.
Air New Zealand has pulled out of yet another rohe and it has left Shane Jones annoyed. The regional development minister says the inconvenience that it will cause will have a direct effect on regional economic development.
Details are emerging about the much-anticipated visit by former United States president Barack Obama to Aotearoa this week and a group of Māori women are lucky enough to have secured a meeting with the global leader.
Lock-loose forwards Mitchell Brown and Fin Hoeata join the growing list of Chief players ruled out to play for the remainder of the year after sustaining anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and shoulder injuries.
Research from TupuToa, a Māori and Pacific youth internship programme based in Auckland, shows that only 17% of New Zealand's top 60 firms have an executive who identifies themselves as other than European/Pākehā. Te Kāea spoke with a graduate of the TupuToa programme who is changing the face of the IT industry in Aotearoa.
Cleaning up the environment in Hawke's Bay is the top focus of the Hawke's Bay Regional Council's 10-year plan, a decade of work that chair of the council Rex Graham says can't be achieved without tangata whenua.
The Silver Ferns face yet another set-back with Temalisi Fakahokotau the latest player to hit the injury list. Head Coach Janine Southby says it's never an ideal situation but she has faith in players like Michaela Sokolich-Beatson to step up.
Waka Ama NZ have recently named the elite teams that will represent Aotearoa at the Waka Ama Worlds in Tahiti later this year.