Te Upokorehe, an iwi in the Bay of Plenty District, is devastated the Waiotahe pipi beds are polluted with e-coli bacteria.
New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) has just named the Kiwi Ferns team set to play at the upcoming Anzac Test next week.
Today saw the beginning of investitures at Government House in Auckland for the people named in the New Year and Queen's Birthday honours lists. A number of Māori have been honoured including Reuben Collier.
Tangiwai Ria is recognised nationally for her involvement in kapa haka and is a life member of Te Matatini. She's led the group since 1988 while also leading her iwi of Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki to a better and brighter future.
Kiwi baseball players are relishing the opportunity to face Japanese superstar Naoyuki Shimizu in the World Masters Games in Auckland. Shimizu is an Olympic medallist and has been described as baseball's equivalent of an All Blacks superstar.
Thirteen-year-old Tamia Apaapa was reported missing by her family four weeks ago on March 27, and was last seen in her school uniform.
NZ Police have responded to media reports regarding the fatal shooting of a woman and wounding of a man in Newfield, Invercargill last night.
Unconfirmed media reports have claimed that the suspect in the shootings is a police officer who was known to the deceased woman.
A 13 year-old girl who had been missing for nearly a month has returned home.
The families of soldiers who served in the 1950s war in Malaysia are relieved their loved ones will be repatriated back home to New Zealand. But Families of the Forgotten Fallen campaign spokesperson Paul Thomas says the next of kin for a number of soldiers overseas are still to be found.
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The New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering's annual conference will bring together experts from around the world to exchange knowledge on the impact of the Kaikoura earthquake.
Here are some messages from personnel on the HMNZS Te Kaha currently in Singapore.