Disputes over powers of Māori health agency
The authors of the Health and Disability System Review could not come to a consensus on the powers of the proposed Māori Health Authority.
Māori over-represented in lockdown police proceedings
New statistics show Māori were disproportionately subject to police proceedings - including court proceedings and receiving warnings - during March and April
Patience, positivity on display for Ardern’s Waitangi visit
There are still significant issues for Māori and the Crown to resolve - but a sense things are on the right path.
A window to our past
After hours at the Waitangi Museum - The Detail gets a guided tour of the museum on the Treaty Grounds, including stories behind the stories.
What would Dame Whina say to Jacinda
The politicians and public flooded tiny Panguru for a statue unveiling - but Dame Whina’s legacy is not frozen in time.
Ardern’s accounts to be assessed at Waitangi
In her 2018 speech on the Treaty grounds, the Prime Minister told Māori to hold her to account - how do they feel now?
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.
Pressure to overturn prisoner voting ban
The Waitangi Tribunal has found the prisoner voting ban breaches the Treaty of Waitangi.