"Samoan writer Albert Wendt once said “our people wake the city”."
Meet the people behind the project, and take a look at some the photos from the launch night.
Watch the first episode of our new docu-series, Still Here.
“I like that our house looks exactly the same. It’s like a silent protest.”
“We don’t care if you offered us a billion dollars. That means nothing to us."
Watch the fourth episode of our new docuseries, Still Here.
This visit marks 60 years since the Treaty of Friendship between Aotearoa and Samoa was signed.
"The survival of the language and culture is in our day-to-day living."
Manuia le aso!
Local artists will be performing in the online fundraiser on Friday March 18 from 6.30pm to 9.30pm.
An update on the island's ongoing efforts to restore stable communications.
The boost is to support the Prepare Pacific Community Vaccination Fund in wake of Omicron.
“Look at us now, this is pretty wicked."
“Growing up did you feel safe in New Zealand? Not really, not really.”
Here are the stories of four survivors.
The Bula Sautu report, released this week, looked at the persistent inequities in Pasifika health.
Which young people in Aotearoa have the freedom to pursue careers in the arts?
“Tough like an armour truck, the only medicine I know, harden up!”
"Coming here now, we see everybody out here, celebrating, in different costumes and designs"
Performance artist Moe Laga and comedian James Nokise are two Pasifika artists who share similar cultural backgrounds but make work that is on absolutely opposite scales…
Alby's mum Lina moved from Samoa to Wellington when she was 20 years old. All she wanted was to help give her son an education -…
Tāmaki Makaurau-based photographer Todd Henry captured these photos of his mother-in-law, Nisi, who lives with dementia. The images show love, care and all the little details…
Filipe Manu never imagined he’d be an opera singer, let alone performing for the Royal Opera House in London at just 27 years old, but that’s…
“I’d wish I wasn’t Samoan. I looked at the stats and the stories that people told about us and I couldn’t see anything worth trying to…
Nearly 50 years since the Polynesian Panthers formed, their legacy lives on through young activists.
Choosing between school and work to support your family is common for Pasifika children.
Kava groups have long depended on face-to-face connection. Now they're uncovering new possibilities.
Michel Mulipola is the 'Bloody Samoan'. It's a derogatory term he heard a lot growing up, but he's now reappropriated it as a moniker in his…
From above, Fongafale—Tuvalu’s largest island—snakes across the Pacific, a surprise sight in a great expanse of blue. It measures 12km long and at its narrowest point…
84 years after influenza killed 22% of Samoa's population, New Zealand apologised for not doing more to protect Samoan citizens. So what actually happened in 1918?