An official rāhui has been placed over one of New Zealand's popular destinations, the Matapōuri Mermaid Pools. To mark the occasion, the local hapū unveiled a guardian post, a prohibition marker to help restore the pools to a healthier state.
Twelve of the country's top regional strongmen are vying for a national championship strongman title at the Royal Easter Show in Auckland. Amongst the competitors is rookie, Eruera Wirihana, who is out to make his mark on the competition.
Born and raised in South Auckland, World Krump Champion Ken Vaega (Māori and Samoan) is on a mission to inspire youth to be Smokefree through dance. He is part of Hip Hop International New Zealand who plan to share their message through a series of workshops across the country.
A special court hearing is taking place at Ngaa Tai e Rua Marae today, where many have gathered to witness the swearing-in of Judge Terena Marahi Wara to the Māori Land Court.
Last night the New Zealand Police, Auckland Transport and the Vodafone Warriors joined forces for an alcohol prevention operation. More than three thousand vehicles were stopped and those driving responsibly received an interesting surprise.
The indigenous Canadian DJ collective - A Tribe Called Red has arrived in Aotearoa and are set to take the stage at the Auckland Arts Festival this Saturday at Silo Park.
Eighteen Mātaatua teams performed on stage at the Te Teko Racecourse over the last two days, all vying for a chance to represent their region at Te Matatini, in Te Whanganui-a-tara (Wellington) next year. All information and results about the competition available here.