Rough seas and smooth sailing of learning te reo
For Māori Language Week, two students from the University of Auckland share the ups and downs of learning te reo.
A reflection for Te Wiki o te reo Māori
To truly survive, the Māori language needs to be heard and used far and wide.
Tribunal sets pre-election water test
A doorstopper of a Waitangi Tribunal report appears to have landed at the feet of the Labour Party’s Māori caucus.
‘No second chance’ to fix child welfare system
“We blew it, all of us,” the Children’s Commissioner says of earlier reforms - we cannot make that mistake again.
Pressure to overturn prisoner voting ban
The Waitangi Tribunal has found the prisoner voting ban breaches the Treaty of Waitangi.
Thinking Māori to lift Māori education
A new $42million, three year, project is aimed at improving Māori educational achievement.
Spare a thought for Simon
It can’t be easy for Simon Bridges to have a three-time election-winning knight of the realm turn up to your party conference when you’re languishing at margin-of-error percent in the preferred Prime Minister polls, writes James Elliott.
‘Tears of our tupuna’ as Māori meet for change
They gathered in their hundreds to call for action on Oranga Tamariki. Will the Government listen?