Te Ao Māori
“We’re proud and we’re here today because of the resilience our ancestors instilled in us.”
Te Kahukura shares some of her top tips to help you reach your financial goals.
”Grandad always said, you gotta be a useless bugger if you go hungry here.”
Ballroom culture has just celebrated 10 years in Aotearoa.
“It becomes a part of your brand as a person. ‘Oh Jade has endo’.”
“It’s made everything even more deep and meaningful. You’re carrying an ocean inside you.”
Mātātoa is the first Māori language CrossFit event in the country.
“Tātatau is so important to me because it’s something I don’t just wear, but it’s something I live.”
“The thing that I don’t agree with is that Māori have to have a last name, that is wrong”.
Honey Ellis (Tainui, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a social worker turned TikTok educator.
From the Auckland floods to Cyclone Gabrielle, Aotearoa has been hit hard by extreme weather events.
“Matatini is the perfect platform for young Māori to showcase our amazing culture to the world.”
"Gather the knowledge of Pākeha to compliment the knowledge of your ancestors.”
“I hope Aotearoa keep backing us because we need them.”
“I think we’re the kind of product of how they (Māori whānau) do raise babies and it’s amazing.”
Watch the first episode of Whānau, the latest installment in this very special documentary series.
“I realised how colonised I was…and I didn’t like it”
“I can’t speak Māori, but I can feel it.”
Kiwi has been a national identifier in New Zealand since the early 1900s.
“This work connects me to my ancestors - to my dad and the work he does."
Tributes have been flowing in for the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei leader.
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.
"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…