Te Ao Māori
Watch the first episode of Whānau, the latest installment in this very special documentary series.
Kiwi has been a national identifier in New Zealand since the early 1900s.
We talked to four tauiwi (non-Māori) about their journey with te reo Māori.
"I do a lot of my art based off mātauranga Māori. I learn and wānanga a lot with my kaumātua."
Today we are seeing the fruits of sacrifices whānau have made in order to save the language.
The study looks at the experiences of 43 current or past postgraduate students at NZ unis.
“This work connects me to my ancestors - to my dad and the work he does."
Now almost 25% of Māori speak te reo as a first language.
What's in a name? A calm death.
How traditional and dynamic practices like rāhui are helping protect marine life.
Tributes have been flowing in for the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei leader.
It's a pushback against Don Brash's Hobson's Pledge.
Whakatū rākau focuses on defence guards and mau rākau on wielding weaponry.
The hymn was sung by soldiers on their departure from Palmerston North on Anzac Day 1940.
2000 schools across Aotearoa will eventually have school traffic signs signs in te reo and English.
"We're trying to spark up people's life force to bring them back to fullness."
Pere Wihongi reflects on the importance of Te Karere, and what it signifies for the next generation.
Eating terotero or animal intestines - either you can handle it or you can’t.
Around 250,000 children, young people and vulnerable adults were abused in care from 1950 to 2019.
Our Tikanga 101 explainer helps you navigate the dos and don’ts when visiting someone’s whare.
Have you heard of the Tohunga Suppression Act?
“Rongoā Māori (Māori medicine) is a traditional practice that is strongly seen in today's world but there was a…
“Most of the policies and resource management that we have in place for the ocean and freshwater restrict the rights of iwi. So what we need…
Wāti and her sister Meadow talk about their bond growing up together in the final episode.
We sit down with the creators of Whakapaupakihi.
“The country was divided on the issue, as were the members in Government.”
New research shows tikanga Māori practices are crucial to responding to climate challenges
“It looks like a boil up gone wrong..”
“It looks like porridge but it doesn’t smell like it!”
Rangatahi Māori try the delicacies of their ancestors. Up first is tītī.
Lie down, close your eyes, listen closely and enjoy the experience of Pūngao Ora, Mauri Ora.