A family squatting on tribal land in Rotorua is refusing to leave after being served with a trespass notice.
North Island: East Coast
Today the New Zealand Men’s Open Club Championships commence, with 17 teams from around the country vying to be the best club in the country in the four-day event which ends this Sunday.
In the region with the highest unemployment rates in NZ, Sheep shearing and wooldhandling traditions on the East Coast are being kept alive by Tui Hyde, who is providing jobs for the next generation.
David Jones of Rongowhakaata is weaving his love for his sister Erica Jones who passed away in 2018 into a Korowai.
People from Te Moana Nui-a-Kiwa are answering the call of Te Matatini and using it as a platform for cultural interaction.
BREAKING: Poverty Bay’s name is 'richer' with the inclusion of Te Reo in the new name of “Tūranganui-a-Kiwa / Poverty Bay” Minister for Land Information Eugenie Sage announced today.
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Mangatuna on the East Coast are ensuring they abide by the Cancer Society's SunSmart Schools Programme standards to educate students and keep them safe from the sun.
Walton Walker, chairman of Ngā Taonga a Ngā Tama Toa Trust, who represent descendants of C Company, has condemned a move by the Waitangi National Trust to build a memorial house for all companies of the 28th Māori Battalion at Waitangi without the support of C Company descendants.