Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) has launched a new initiative in a bid to reduce the high Maori drowning toll.
The Government is putting $43 million into expanding Maori and Pasifika training over the next four years.
A recent study has found there are very few Maori or Pacific Islanders in sports governance and management roles.
Maori and Chinese have come together to recognise ancestral bonds during a day of cultural celebration in Auckland.
A Maori cloak gifted to the founding father of communist China more than 50 years ago has returned to New Zealand for an exhibition at Te Papa.
The last historical South Island claim under the Treaty of Waitangi has been settled with a deal between the Crown and Ngati Tama ki Te Tau Ihu.
Ngati Rarua has ratified a deed of settlement with the Crown to settle grievances which left it virtually landless in the 19th century.
China has loaned back a korowai, or cloak, which was given to Communist leader Mao Zedong 56 years ago.
Police data shows that young Maori have a much higher chance of facing prosecution than young Pakeha.
A review of New Zealand's constitution threatens to turn the country into an "apartheid state", a law lecturer has warned.
A Danish politician who ridiculed the traditional Maori welcome stands by her remarks.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says not all visitors are impressed by "a bare bottomed native" and Maori welcomes should be optional.
A Bay of Plenty iwi has signed off its Treaty settlement with the Crown.
Tour bus operators were told today would be the first day of filming for the Top Gear race on Ninety Mile Beach.
Ninety Mile Beach was to be the scene of protests and international filming today. But in the end neither happened.
Dame Anne first got into studying early Maori culture and history when she was a teenager.
Traditional Maori healers have rejected claims the $2 million taxpayer funding they get each year is a waste of public money.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says the Ministry of Health should not be spending millions on traditional Maori healing without knowing if it is working.
Going into battle in the Super 15 takes on a whole new meaning when the Chiefs take the field.
A dispute is building on Auckland's Waiheke Island over a deal between iwi and a rich-list private landowner.
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