Ohinga

These women share their breast cancer journey

Wāhine Māori are 1.4 times more likely to die from breast cancer than non - Māori.

Why my mum could not attend my University graduation in Hawaii

Irene Tawa is the first person in her whānau to graduate from college and managed to do it abroad.

How to become your own boss: Rangatahi share their secrets

“ I didn’t choose brick laying, brick laying chose me.”

Are you on the Māori roll? Rangatahi share their experience

Māori can get 14 seats if all Maori choose Māori.

‘Hula is life’ Māori Prodigy take the stage at Merrie Monarch

“It’s a dance, it’s a song and it talks about who we are as Hawai’i”.

What it means to be from Tūhoe

“ Just like riding horses and going hunting, and yeah…feel like I’m a Māori”

The reality of buying a home in your 20s

“We want to be millionaires, rich in whenua.”

Why making Aotearoa history compulsory matters to students

Aotearoa History to be implemented in the school curriculum.

I am walking 200km for the cyclone affected East Coast

“What’s the point in being successful if you can’t help people along the way?”

The continuation of our whānau legacy in kapa haka

“Matatini is the perfect platform for young Māori to showcase our amazing culture to the world.”

Iconic haka deserves respect: rangatahi protecting Ka Mate

“When other people misuse Ka Mate - it’s pretty hurtful”

Does having tā moko impact your dating life

“Our tipuna were the horniest.”

Asking my friends with moko whether I should get one too

“I had no worries or nerves - I was ready.”

Undocumented pā site discovered in Auckland during building works

“Is it something that should be done across the country? Absolutely.”

Māori connecting with Native Americans: 'Our tribes have similarities'

The cultural exchange is part of a partnership to celebrate connections between indigenous cultures.

A 'birthplace of pain': What it means to be Māori and studying in England

"Gather the knowledge of Pākeha to compliment the knowledge of your ancestors.”

How the Women’s Rugby World Cup embraced te ao Māori

“I hope Aotearoa keep backing us because we need them.”

Would you rather: know how you die, or when you die?

“Live it up till that moment comes, and then woop”

We asked people: Can you wear moko if you don’t whakapapa Māori?

It's a question that has sparked much conversation over the years

The power of kapa haka: Increasing confidence and engagement in kura

“Kapa haka is a way for us to identify who we are and where we come from.”

Why I want to return tukutuku panels to all wharenui up north

“The whole point is to inspire and invigorate people’s interest in this sort of practice.”

Would you rather: pause time or rewind time

“I’d die with both of those options”

How to make boil up on a budget

Here’s a cheap recipe from Aunty Trish to help feed your flat or whānau.

Guessing kupu Māori: Whisper Challenge

“For me it was easy.”
“Don’t lie, bro.”

‘There’s no B in te reo Māori’: Whisper Challenge

Here’s a fun way to add some new kupu to your kite this Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.

How to make fry bread on a budget

“It’s definitely a treat - but one you won’t regret later.”

How to cook hāngī on a budget

"If we can make yummy kai like this on a reasonable budget, we’re winning.”

We challenged fast fashion addicts to find an op shop fit in 10 mins

“Looking like a million bucks for a dollar."