A Kiwi-Canadian film is among many as the New Zealand International Film Festival kicks off next week, in 12 cities and towns across Aotearoa.
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DHB nurses gain big wage boost but others miss out
While nurses have accepted their employer district health boards' latest offer, for an immediate $5,800 pay rise, to their base salaries, nurses in other organisations will miss out.
The finest Māori art performances you can't miss in upcoming festival
Prominent Māori visual artist Lisa Reihana will open the programme for the 2022 Aotearoa New Zealand Festival of the Arts, which feature the finest in Māori and indigenous art.
Aucklanders unite to provide free kai to homeless
While Auckland remains in the level 3 lockdown, non-profit groups Unite Aotearoa and Humanity New Zealand are working together to support the homeless.
Reti reveals barriers stopping Northland Māori from getting vaccinated
Covid vaccination rates in Northland are among the lowest in the country, with the latest figures showing 71 percent of people have had their first dose, and only 50 percent have had their second.
New $750,000 project protects Māori mātauranga to decrease misappropriation
An international project between Waikato and New York researchers has received a $750,000 boost, to expand tools protecting indigenous communities' rights, over their own knowledge and data.
Māori with chronic pain given pills instead of adequate healthcare
New research has found that instead of being offered referrals to specialists, Māori adults who experience chronic pain are being prescribed painkillers at the expense of best practice treatments.
Paul Te Hiko encourages people to get vaccinated after losing brothers to Covid-19
Paul Te Hiko is urging people to get vaccinated to avoid going through what he did.
New housing strategy described as game changer for Māori homeowners
The new national Māori housing strategy, Maihi Ka Ora, is expected to be a game-changer for Māori homeowners and whānau living in emergency and transitional housing.
More families seek help from free laundry service designed for homeless
Orange Sky is a non-profit organisation, providing a free mobile laundry and shower service, for people experiencing homelessness.