Te Ao Māori
Those involved say a significant amount of work has gone into returning these ancestors.
Research shows rangatahi Māori are driven by creating financial security for their whānau and hapū.
"For Māori by Māori in Māori education works – I am proof. Now the Crown must invest in it."
Today, Waititi said there was “no honour” in the British Crown.
“Our hapori is fatigued by royal gossip and I feel like we deserve the option to opt-out."
The decision follows the preliminary signing of a Treaty settlement last week.
You might have noticed the use of karakia in public meetings keeps making headlines recently.
We spoke to iwi historian Che Wilson about this.
“Data is really powerful ... it's quite precious. It's taonga."
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.
"If I raise a daughter, I'm hopeful about the world she will live in as a Māori woman."
Director Parehuia was five years old when the first instalment of ‘Whānau’ was released.
Georgia started Pōtiki Poi from her lounge in Dunedin in 2019 when she was just 12.
“It's quite [an] emotional and significant experience.”
We talked to four tauiwi (non-Māori) about their journey with te reo Māori.
“Starting route to towel-rung-ah.”
Almost 8% of New Zealanders can speak te reo at least fairly well, which is up from 6.1% in 2018.
"I do a lot of my art based off mātauranga Māori. I learn and wānanga a lot with my kaumātua."
Welcome to Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
Local iwi say the initial name is culturally offensive to mana whenua.
Today we are seeing the fruits of sacrifices whānau have made in order to save the language.
Now almost 25% of Māori speak te reo as a first language.
‘It’s making a lie of my nan, it’s making a lie of my mum.’
Re: talks to the Kirikiriroa-based artist about rest, whānau, what this time of year means to them.
For people who aren’t sure about what to do for Matariki, we've got you covered.
"It’s different for everyone."
It's a pushback against Don Brash's Hobson's Pledge.
The church will offer any future church-owned land for sale to local iwi before anyone else.
"Moral boosters through turbulent times"