It's a case like no other, with a trail of allegations dating back 40 years.
It is believed more than 1 million people are being held in labour camps.
Māori retain just five percent of the land they once held, most of it undeveloped or unoccupied.
Experts say one of New Zealand's most bizarre court cases shows a flaw in our justice system.
"Quite often kākā gets misinterpreted as kaka, the action of doing a number two."
"We find ourselves in a crisis and we should react and respond as if there is a crisis."
A viral video has sparked concerns about the impact of heavy machinery on tuatua and toheroa beds.
"If I go back to China I will die or disappear."
It does meat, wool, honey and tourism - all with a focus on the community and the environment.