Fierce warriors have set a venue on fire by competing at the World Fire Knife Championships at Polynesian Cultural Centre in Laie Hawai'i.
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Native Hawaiians slam handling of beached whale
A Native Hawaiian group is “concerned and angry” with a federal-led response to a dead sperm whale that recently washed up in Wailuā on the East Side of Kaua‘i.
Bill proposes laws originally in Hawaiian language be legally binding over English translation
Source / ʻŌiwi TV By Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi for Hawaii Public Radio
Budding Māori football stars battle for place against Hawaiian team
Māori Football Aotearoa is preparing a team for their match against the indigenous Hawaiian side, Kanaka Pōwaewae, in July.
Outrage as deep sea mining exploration near Hawai'i gets go ahead
Seabed mining opponents are concerned deep sea mining could begin in the Pacific as early as this month after a shock decision from regulators to allow a company to start a trial exploration near H
Hawaiian ancestral remains repatriated from Canterbury museum
The remains of three Hawaiian tūpuna have been repatriated from Aotearoa after more than 160 years.
Hawaiians welcome stolen ancestral remains after a century
Earlier this month, representatives of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Hui Mālama i nā Kūpuna o Hawai'i nei, ventured to Germany and Austria after what has taken three decades of work to r
He Maimai Aroha: Haunani-Kay Trask
Many people in Hawai'i and around the world are mourning native Hawaiian scholar Haunani-Kay Trask, who died over the weekend.
Native Hawaiian heads to Congress
Newcomer makes history for Native Hawaiians in US elections.
South Africa the money behind Super Rugby – Nathan Rarere
Te Ao Toa commentator Nathan Rarere looks at the pros and cons of having a Hawaiian Super Rugby team.