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Thousands of people stand to miss out on voting in upcoming local elections after their enrolment update packs were returned marked "gone no address".
National MP Paul Goldsmith wants the fact that Māori and Pākehā did meet, "imperfections and all", to be celebrated through Tuia Encounters 250, which marks 250 years since the arrival of Captain Cook and the Endeavour. The Minister in charge of Tuia 250, Māori-Crown Relations Minister Kelvin Davis says it's a commemoration, not a celebration.
Younger regional council representatives want more young people to run in local body elections. They say diversity is needed, with 94 percent of councillors nationwide over the age of 40.
Ngāti Waewae have unveiled the first pou whenua (boundary post) in the Kahurangi National Park. It recognises the largest ever addition of land to a national park as well as iwi mana whenua and guardianship status in the area.
A Māori guide at a new astronomy centre is providing a refreshing twist to the stories of the sky told from a Māori and scientific point of view.
The Dark Sky Project is a world-first fully-immersive astronomy experience free of the light pollution of the modern era. It brings together science and tātai aroraki (Māori astronomy) to tell the stories of the night sky in a profound way.
Wellington-based iwi Te Āti Awa and Taranaki Whānui have teamed up with Kahungunu Whānau Services and Housing First to tackle homelessness today at Waiwhetū Marae.
Ngāti Hine are calling for more Māori representation in leadership positions within the horticultural sector.
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.