Watch the first episode from the new season of STILL HERE now.
The study looks at the experiences of 43 current or past postgraduate students at NZ unis.
"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 fourth episode of our new docuseries, Still Here.
“We don’t care if you offered us a billion dollars. That means nothing to us."
“I like that our house looks exactly the same. It’s like a silent protest.”
"The survival of the language and culture is in our day-to-day living."
Manuia le aso!
"Fashion is being yourself [and] depending on the context, it can be whatever you want it to be."
The boost is to support the Prepare Pacific Community Vaccination Fund in wake of Omicron.
“Can you hear that? That’s not rain, that’s fucking rocks coming down from the volcano,” says 'Ila, who saw the volcanic eruption and tsunami from Tonga’s…
“We probably do a better job of looking after the community than the cops do.”
Time to binge lockdown away.
“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.
The Government will formally apologise for targeted raids on the homes of Pacific families.
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!”
After two years of cancelations, the iconic Polyfest returned last week and came back better than ever.
Over the four-day festival, rangatahi from across Tāmaki Makaurau came…
"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 -…
Today the government announced who will be prioritised to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Two million New Zealanders will get their first dose in the next four…
“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…
Growing up, Melissa Lama was taught by her mum to not make eye contact with the police. Now a Pacific community advocate and Islam convert with…
Nearly 50 years since the Polynesian Panthers formed, their legacy lives on through young activists.
National Party candidate Agnes Loheni and Labour Party candidate Hon Aupito William Sio join Torisse Laulu for a conversation ahead of the 2020 Election.