News of the passing of the legendary Sir Colin Meads this week has reached all corners of the globe. In the Far North today, Te Kāea caught up with another legendary figure of that era, the famous halfback Sid Going.
Mana party leader Hone Harawira is calling for Hurimoana Dennis from Te Puea Marae to be paid by the government to recommission old Māori boarding schools to house the homeless.
The forestry industry is an opportunity to bring employment and prosperity to the East Coast, and while this will continue for years to come, the death of a 23-year-old father Te Oho Mauri Piripi has prompted calls for all industry tiers, including land shareholders, to be responsible for worker safety.
Te Tatau o Te Arawa chairman Te Taru White is calling for Te Arawa to be at the centre of Rotorua's geothermal energy conversation following National's $150,000 announcement to explore geothermal opportunities in the Bay of Plenty.
The Crown and Ngāti Pāoa initialled a Deed of Settlement with a total financial redress of $23.5mil, but it comes with opposition from neighbouring iwi Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei who say the Treaty Negotiations Minister signed it secretly.
Waiariki voters are urging the Labour Party to follow through on their promises. This comes after Jacinda Ardern announced Labour's regional $20 million transport policy in Tauranga.
World-renowned Māori disaster architect Regan Potangaroa says New Zealand needs more experts like him as we face an increase in natural disasters.
Crowds from every bend of Waikato turned out in Tūrangawaewae over the weekend for Waikato's rugby clash of the year, the Koroneihana Shield. Te Puaha o Waikato and Raungaiti went head-to-head on the field, but only one taniwha was victorious