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Ethnic minorities star on the 'big screen' in snowboarding
US award-winning filmmakers Teton Gravity Research are about to screen a story of three professional snowboarders weathering a storm like no other.
How Covid-19 has hit the Navajo nation
Indigenous people around the world have been disproportionately affected by Covid-19 including the Native American Navajo nation in the United States.
New Zealanders unite in Black Lives Matter march
Today New Zealanders will join the growing list of countries around the globe marching in solidarity following the death of African-American, George Floyd in Minnesota a week ago.
NZ Police Armed Response Teams could create same issues as US- Justice Facilitator
American Kainee Simone is a restorative justice facilitator at the Manukau Urban Māori Authority concerned that by imitating American policing we could end up with the same issues America is now dealing with.
King advances to Tournament of Champions semi-finals in New York
Kiwi squash champion Joelle King has advanced into the semi-finals of the Tournament of Champions at Grand Central Station in New York.
Sons of Zion follow in footsteps of Bob Marley, Alicia Keys and Tupac
New Zealand band Sons of Zion are turning a dream into reality this week, recording their first international album in Los Angeles, at the same studios where legendary musicians Bob Marley, Alicia Keys and Tupac have recorded.
U.S. appoints first Native American poet laureate- interview
Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, has been appointed as the United States poet laureate by the Library of Congress, acting as the country's official poet. Harjo spoke to Te Ao Māori News about her life and work.
Northland carvers travel to US to continue legacy Sir Busby's legacy
Five carvers from Northland are set to travel to the United States to build a waka in memory of renowned navigator and master waka builder, the late Sir Hekenukumai Busby.
Community works to raise $250k for mother’s life-saving surgery
Te Kuiti mother of five, Te Reina Worsley has been diagnosed with moyamoya disease and requires life-saving surgery in the United States.