Ngāti Hine are calling for more Māori representation in leadership positions within the horticultural sector.
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Twenty-two-year-old Tamatha Paul (Ngāti Awa, Waikato Tainui) is campaigning to take Wellington City Council’s Lambton ward. She says Māori and young people need a voice, which is why she's stepping up.
Ngāi Tahu hosted United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his last meeting in Aotearoa before he heads to the Pacific Islands for further UN discussions.
Tamati Rakena has just been awarded a $24,000 scholarship to study towards a master's degree in education but his success hasn't come easy.
Te Papa's new $12mil permanent exhibition 'Te Taiao', provides an insight into the once-thriving natural environment of Aotearoa. The exhibition's new digital interactive activities educate children on their role as protectors of the environment.
The government’s Welfare Expert Advisory Group has called for a “systematic overhaul” of New Zealand’s welfare system in a wide-ranging report released today.
The Labour Party has named Te Rata Hikairo (Ngāpuhi) as their local body candidate for the Counties Manukau DHB electorate. Journalist Kawe Roes went to speak with him to see what his aspirations for South Auckland are.
John Tamihere says central government should pay for the infrastructure in Auckland and not the rate payer following his most recent announcement during his campaign in the Auckland mayoral race.
Hundreds of Waitaha, Ngāi Tahu and Ngāti Māmoe whānau have flocked to the 21 tītī islands 30km south of Bluff, for the ten week long season which opened on March 15.
Ngāi Tahu will not have permanent representation on Environment Canterbury Regional Council following the defeat of the Ngāi Tahu Representation Bill last night in Parliament.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage today announced the largest addition of land to an existing national park in the history of Aotearoa.
Despite a challenge from Simon Bridges this morning, the Prime Minister has ruled out lowering the vote threshold from 5-percent to four-percent before the next election.