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.
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.
Rereātea brings you the latest news live from the Māori Television newsroom.
Today Kimiora Kaire-Mlbourne and Wikitoria Day take you through the top stories of the day.
Mark Rowley the national lead for Counter Terrorism Policing in London says a full investigation is underway following an attack on Parliament which left four people dead and 20 people injured.
Four people have been killed and 20 people injured in what Metropolitan police are calling a “terrorist incident” at Parliament House in London.
New Zealanders are being challenged to go a whole day without turning on their taps at home and at work, in a new project hoping to provide easy access to clean water for Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.
A disturbing online clip that shows a pair in a 'zombie-like' state after consuming an unknown drug substance has gone viral. A West Auckland man posted the raw video of his sister and her partner ‘high’ on what he says is ‘bath salts’, and he did so to raise drug awareness due to his frustrations around youth drug consumption.