Aoraki Bound alumni reach new heights.
In the often ugly debate on water management, a strong Māori voice was missing until now. Can a new spirit of consensus end the water wars?
The relativity clause built into the Ngāi Tahu Settlement is predicted to come
into force within the next twelve months. What does it mean for the iwi?
A spiritual call heard across many generations, it is the first voice heard from marae and epitomises the power of Māori women. TE KARAKA speaks with Ngāi Tahu kaikaranga about the ritual of the karanga, its evolution, and challenges.
The London Olympics will be a special moment for the Uru family.
One hundred white birds stalk through a field. Theme parks, nest-like, crop up out of nowhere. Mara TK documents a frenzied month in the USA as his band, Electric Wire Hustle, attempts to build an audience in the world’s biggest music market.
He Kōrerorero Nā Keri Hulme: He Pūoro
Ahakoa He Iti, He Pounamu: Pounamu stamina
Te Ao o te Māori: Keri Hulme
Manawa Kāi Tahu: Stories of Kāi Tahu tīpuna
Kai: Makaawhio’s Helen Rasmussen
Toi Iho: Taiaroa Roya
Hei Mahi Māra: Mātauranga Māori Māra Kai
He Aitaka a Tāne: Sheltering toetoe
He Whakaaro: The wages of colonisation
Reviews: Mana Tangata and more
Ngā take Pūtea: Guarding your identity
He Tangata: Neena Woodgate