A new tourism venture in the heart of Auckland is pioneering tourism in NZ through innovation and sustainability. Okeanos Aotearoa provides a platform for youth to take part in the waka movement.
The Māori Party says embedding kaupapa Māori across the public sector, for at least one generation, is the only way to eliminate institutional racism in Aotearoa.
More rain is on the cards this weekend and the beginning of next week, which may cause more disruption to areas already affected by recent storms and flooding.
Kelly McNaught joined Kawe Kōrero Reporters to talk about his journey to Hollywood and working along-side Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
The investigation into a terrorist attack outside the Houses of Parliament in London is developing rapidly. London Māori Richard Keane, who works near the scene where the attack took place, says the reality is that London is a target, it has been for a long time and that most people are aware of the risk living here, but life goes on.
Two Adele fans claim they were ripped off after being told they had wheelchair access at the concert only to find out there was none. Adele is in New Zealand performing three concerts this week.
Prime Minister Bill English says he doesn't support compulsory te reo Māori in schools. The PM was in Rotorua today visiting the region including Western Heights Primary School who supports te reo as a compulsory subject.
The Whangarei hapū collective involved in an eel revitalisation project is upset that water turbines have chopped the eel numbers it's worked so hard to grow. The Whangarei District Council, also part of the project, says it's a problem triggered by heavy rain and are working towards a solution.
March 26 will mark 120 years since the admission of Tā Apirana Turupa Ngata as a barrister and solicitor. It's a significant event all New Zealanders can celebrate, says Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa.
Today Social Housing Minister Amy Adams and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff launched Housing First Auckland, which aims to house 472 homeless Aucklanders and provide wrap-around services to address the causes of their homelessness.
Michael Tavares, who occupied a significant kauri tree on private land in Titirangi two years ago has had his New Zealand citizenship denied because of his resulting trespass conviction.
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Today Kimiora Kaire-Mlbourne and Wikitoria Day take you through the top stories of the day.