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“Being Maori is an X-Factor and I hope that’s the wairua people feel when they watch it.”
Ringa moko (Māori tattoo artist) Cody Hollis explains.
Te reo Māori educator Hemi Kelly explains pepeha for non-Māori.
The maramataka is the traditional Māori lunar calendar.
Why food security and food sovereignty are so important
There are no “gentle respectful words” to describe the new government, Quack Pirihi says.
Should you take flowers? Do you wear black? And how many days does a tangi go for?
So what is the difference between being on the Māori roll and being on the general roll?
“I think that's extremely illustrative of the discrimination that happens in the [rental] sector.”
Matariki is very much connected to the kai we receive throughout the year.
Matariki is coming up, which is a time for celebrations, reflection and looking forward.
This year, the Matariki public holiday falls on July 14.
Psychedelic-assisted therapy could potentially to completely change how we treat diseases.
"...society and wāhine have so much to learn about the way that our tupuna were innovators.”
Those involved say a significant amount of work has gone into returning these ancestors.
My life has not been a waste.
“Our hapori is fatigued by royal gossip and I feel like we deserve the option to opt-out."
How a new cost of living scholarship could help students.
The decision follows the preliminary signing of a Treaty settlement last week.
According to figures from SPELD NZ, about 10%-20% of our population is dyslexic.
We spoke to iwi historian Che Wilson about this.
While the NZ Royal Ballet got $8.1m in Budget 2022, Te Matatini received just $2.9m.
Re: News asked four rangatahi Māori about what honouring the Treaty in 2023 means to them.
The number one thing charities need is cash.