Natural-born performers Tarikura and Rawiri Kapea meet The Hui.
IRONMĀORI has transformed lives - none more so than founder Wayne Skipworth.
Māori are more likely to have renal failure, but they're also the group with the lowest rates of organ donation.
Ngāti Hei lost their land, their language and their culture - but are now reestablishing themselves.
Many Kiwis have no knowledge of the bloody conflicts fought right here in Aotearoa.
Kiwis are choosing to be deported rather than stay in Australia's inhumane detention centres.
Māori have long been under-represented in local government - but is that starting to change?
'Blessed in Doubles' mummy blogger Zoe Fuimaono talks to The Hui.
Kara George, Dr Arama Rata, Matthew Tukaki and Tautoko Witika spoke to The Hui.
But he doesn't think it's an emergency, he told The Hui.
They whakapapa to Korea, but te reo Māori is the language they love.
"For goodness' sake, go get yourselves tested. Better to be alive than too late."
Educator Paul Whatuira and the Mental Health Foundation's Michael Naera talk to The Hui.
The Hui's John Boynton meets the Māori challenging the system to make it better.
Founder Julie Chapman wants to connect to the whānau on a deeper level.
What does the controversy tell us about the culture of Parliament?
The Race Relations Commissioner is fluent in the language of Aotearoa.
Zania McCauley tells The Hui how she survived a marriage marred by physical and sexual violence.
Brendon McIntosh is on a mission to bridge the gap between te ao Māori and their health professionals.
Kura Forrester says it's "pretty nice to be working full-time", but she has bigger goals.
"I'm in this music thing for the long haul, I don't want to be a flash in the pan."
All hell broke loose at Ihumātao this week when police unexpectedly ramped up their numbers.
It's the first serious test of the Labour-led Government's relationship with Māori.
Trust and patience is running out in Patutahi after a boy was shot and no one charged.
His work can be seen at marae across New Zealand - and now on screen.
She even offered to give up her pension, but was rejected.
Te reo Māori is heard daily at Christchurch eatery FUSH.
The Hui meets women helping others get their lives back on track.
Merepeka Raukawa-Tait says a new inquiry is unique because it is for Māori, by Māori.