Queer style used to be a subculture. I don’t think it is anymore.
Is colonisation the reason why wāhine don’t whaikōrero?
"It’s still painful for me to revisit, because it was something that was supposed to be precious.”
“I finally found my voice in music."
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Should you take flowers? Do you wear black? And how many days does a tangi go for?
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“When they step into that realm, they feel a shift, a movement in the wairua.”
“I have a guy who comes to me every six weeks and it’s like his therapy.”
“The people back home, who built this whare, you can still feel to this day.”
“It’s a tribute to rural Māori kids who grew up on professional wrestling in the 90s.”
“No one lives a better double life than the oldest daughter of an Asian family.”
The rise of social media has had a huge impact on the art of tattoo – both positive and negative.
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Only 11% of NZ-Niueans speak the language. This is why I’m fighting for it.
The violence over the past two weeks is the result of decades of tension over the disputed region.
“History, culture, family. Loyalty.”
Director Litia and producers Torisse and Ursula reflect on the journey of making STILL HERE S2.
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“It’s important that we move quickly to restore the mana of this fale.”
“The strength of the Tongan culture is in the kava.”
“Black, white and red is all I wear”
Young Muslim women in Aotearoa say it adds to the exclusion of Muslim women from society.
“I think boys and men both just struggle with being open in general."
They can even help determine what your beliefs and morals are.
“Even if society rejected us, it didn’t matter. We had our own society.”
“It was for the school's ego and our own egos more than anything.”
“Anything to do with our culture, I love seeing it.”