Te Ao Māori
"Kapa haka can take you all over the world. That's what Mum has taught me."
“Imagine the ocean turning up in your lounge one day and just sweeping everything away.”
“I dare you to eat the eye.”
Prioritising the language will help race relations in Aotearoa, the Commissioner says.
A three-day event at Te Tii Marae to mark Waitangi Day has been cancelled.
Waitangi commemorations at Te Tii Marae will go ahead next month.
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…
Watch this explainer on a dark day in NZ history.
Freedivers Reremoana and Dion have built their love along the seabed of Tairāwhiti/Gisborne.
“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
Professional photographers are paired with Māori youth in an effort to combat climate change
“It looks like a boil up gone wrong..”
One says Haere (go) and one says Taihoa (wait).
“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.
Paraone Tai Tin explains how the five pillars of whare kōrero can guide your life.
“I thought music and comedy would be a great strategy to highlight and discuss issues like racism.”
“My taiaha heals me and guides me through this world.”
The three-storey mural is in Rotorua and came together in a special way.
After experiencing the hardships of poverty, Māhera Maihi founded the youth organisation.
Here’s what they said.
The 3rd-fittest teen on earth, CrossFit champion Hikooterangi Curtis, shares how to stay healthy in…
He talks about what it was like to come home from such a high-energy kaupapa to MIQ.
“I didn’t know how to be safe, because no one teaches you how to be safe."
“I thought I was good at staying happy and seeing the best out of every situation. But I wasn’t really good at healing and dealing with…
In this episode, we practice a yoga sequence in te reo Māori with Christine Russell.