Last night the New Zealand Police, Auckland Transport and the Vodafone Warriors joined forces for an alcohol prevention operation. More than three thousand vehicles were stopped and those driving responsibly received an interesting surprise.
The indigenous Canadian DJ collective - A Tribe Called Red has arrived in Aotearoa and are set to take the stage at the Auckland Arts Festival this Saturday at Silo Park.
Eighteen Mātaatua teams performed on stage at the Te Teko Racecourse over the last two days, all vying for a chance to represent their region at Te Matatini, in Te Whanganui-a-tara (Wellington) next year. All information and results about the competition available here.
Wellington reggae band Tomorrow People have bumped Ed Sheeran off the top spot on the Official NZ Music Chart.
Some of the most powerful and influential Māori wāhine in the business industry will be celebrated in this year’s New Year’s Honours List. This year’s recipients include Pania Tyson-Nathan, Maxine Moana-Tuwhainga and Suzanne Louise Ellison.
Tonight the 27th Māori Sports Awards celebrated the success of Māori athletes across the country and around the world. This annual black-tie event gives athletes the opportunity to celebrate their successes with their peers and whānau.
Commonwealth swimming gold and silver medalist, Lewis Clarburt and Latricia-Leight Transom "over-lapped" their peers when the winners of the Junior Māori Sportsman and the Junior Māori Sportswoman awards were announced at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau tonight.