Should mortuary waste be separated from the main treated effluent flow? Te Ao Māori News hears from Māori artist Christie Tawhai Patumaka who is raising awareness around the issue.
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester has set his sights on being the first 'Te Reo Māori Capital City' in the world. A formal agreement has been signed between the Wellington City Council and the Māori Language Commission.The two organisations will work together on projects across the whole of Wellington but with a primary focus on the city centre, and in public events, research, and promoting te reo Māori. Wellington Mayor Justin Lester has set his sights on being the first 'Te Reo Māori Capital City' in the world.
King last defeated Raneem El Welily in February 2018 so she'll be hoping to do the same during their match tomorrow.
Nick Francis has also been gifted kākahu by popular Waka Huia performer Kani Collier to wear at Mr Gay World in South Africa next week.
Drivers were furious after being blocked by activists protesting at an intersection in Mission Bay, Auckland, today.
To the East Coast now, where the rural, isolated community of Anaura Bay is hosting the inaugural Matangirua Waka Festival 2019. The festival brings experience waka experts, crew and families together to develop the growing knowledge base around inter-island sailing.
An official rāhui has been placed over one of New Zealand's popular destinations, the Mātapouri Mermaid pools. To mark the occasion, the local hapū unveiled a guardian post, a prohibition marker to help restore the pools to a healthier state.
Twelve of the country's top regional strongmen are vying for a national championship strongman title at the Royal Easter Show in Auckland. Amongst the competitors is rookie, Eruera Wirihana, who is out to make his mark on the competition.
A cohort of Māori artists is opposing Tuia 250, which commemorates the first contact between Māori and Europeans. The exhibition, 'He Tirohanga ki Tai - Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery', will be exhibited in New York, in conjunction with the UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues.
At only 21 years of age, Raui has already accomplished some incredible achievements including meeting the Queen, making the Forbes list and, this week, graduating from university.
Young leaders are tackling some of the country's biggest issues as part of a rangatahi initiative. Te Ao spoke to rangatahi Māori at The Blake Inspire Leadership Development programme in Waikato.
A star-studded line up of Māori musicians are set to perform at the annual Royal Easter Show in Auckland from tonight onwards.
The Minister for Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta is set to address the United Nations to fight for Indigenous Peoples' rights around the world.
Te Arawa tribe Ngāti Tarāwhai are developing and upskilling their leaders of tomorrow. Taking advantage of the school holidays the children of the tribe put down their cell phones and returned to their marae to learn and prepare for the future.
For every Māori man who takes his own life in Australia, it's estimated that up to 20 make an attempt, according to Suicide Prevention Australia chairman Mathew Tukaki.