How can Māori protect culturally significant whenua when the government grants oil drilling permits in that area? Reporter Renee Kahukura Iosefa visited Te Ātiawa in North Taranaki to discover a hurt, as deep as the oil wells, threatening their past.
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Te Ātiawa feel ignored by Hutt City Council over naming of new recreational centre
A Te Ātiawa spokesperson is accusing the Hutt City Council of ignoring local iwi over the naming of a new recreational centre in Taita.
Brad Rona first-time finalist for Māori Sports Awards
Brad helped the Black Sox win the world championships held in NZ at the start of the year and he's also been named as a finalist for the Māori Sports Awards.
Taranaki Whānui elder Sam Jackson has passed away
Prominent Taranaki Whānui and Te Ātiawa elder Sam Jackson (80) passed away in hospital last night following a short illness.
Pōneke iwi up in arms over Taputeranga
Local Wellington iwi, Te Āti Awa ki Pōneke is protesting against a law that will see Tapu Te Ranga Island pass into the hands of Ngāti Toa.
Sperm whale beached on Paraparaumu coastline
Residents on the Paraparaumu coast were shocked yesterday morning by the sight of a beached sperm whale.