The first of three symposiums honouring the life and legacy of Tūhoe prophet, Rua Kēnana, took place at Tuapou Marae at Waimana over Easter weekend.
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Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei launches online learning resource
The multi-media resource shares the history of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei in te reo Māori and English.
Unearthing the story of Māori from a Māori perspective
New novel series 'Kāwai' to be written by Dr Monty Soutar.
Professor says colonial statues 'have no place in a modern state'
Hirini Matunga says colonial statues "have no place in a modern state, grappling with its colonial past and its impacts on the present."
Rising star bringing traditional stories to life through film
NZ Wars: Stories of Tainui doco set to be released
The 1863 invasion of the Waikato was the defining conflict of New Zealand history, reinforcing the Crown's power, entrenching one of Aotearoa's oldest political institutions (the Kiingitanga) and r
Film documenting Māori stone carver wins at film festival
The film follows stone carver and traditional Māori artist Lewis Smith as he journeys along the ancient trails once used by his tūpuna to collect pakohe, also known as the rock argillite.
Dance performance shares stories of tūpuna, wāhine and warriors from Māori mythology
The performance, choreographed by Sean MacDonald of Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāti Raukawa, is called Ngā Wai, inspired from the sacred waters and whakapapa of Waimārama, his ancestral home in Hawke's Bay.
Nichola Te Kiri chosen to design new staff wardrobe at Auckland Museum
Museum staff say Te Kiri has done an amazing job creating the design inspired by world-renowned Māori and Pacific collections at the museum.
Toi moko returned to Aotearoa, described as reconciliation for Māori
The tūpuna (ancestors) began their journey home in ceremonies at the Berlin Ethnological Museum in Germany in October.