NZ reggae band Tomorrow People have responded to allegations involving one of their band members.
Kahungunu lifted their kapa haka game at this year's Ngāti Kahungunu regional competition held in Te Wairoa, with fourteen teams battling it out on the stage to earn that Te Matatini spot come 2019.
Ngāti Rārua is pushing for legal personhood status for Te Waikoropupū Springs in Golden Bay. It's the largest cold water spring in the Southern Hemisphere and contains some of the clearest water in the world. However, the aquifer that feeds the spring is currently unprotected by law.
A new report shows the rate of offending by young Māori hasn't reduced at the same rate as non-Māori. However, the research which was carried out by three government departments says substantial gains have been made in reducing the number of Māori youth in the justice system.
A campervan rentals company who painted five of their vehicles using images from a well-known Māori artist made a public apology on their website for breaching copyright, and the artists' moral rights.
The Eastland Port in Gisborne has had a record year, exporting nearly three million logs, but it's struggling to find workers to fill its positions and says that having more women workers would be great.