The emotional journey of discovery is a tough one for Migoto Eria.
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A group of accomplished Māori musicians are behind the project.
The family have lived with grief and frustration for over a decade.
A unique programme is achieving the unthinkable by offering rival gang members a chance to put a life of crime behind them.
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"We're competing against syndicates that are rotating around the clock."
"It's a real limitation on their quality of life."
The two women met to share stories of their relatives who once worked in the Auckland market gardens.
The six top-polling parties join The Hui on Thursday for the final debate - on kaupapa-here Māori (Māori policy).
Soraya Peke-Mason, Harete Hipango, and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer joined The Hui on Wednesday night to debate the issues in Te Tai Hauāuru.
Te Pāti Māori's Meka Whaitiri is up against Labour's Cushla Tangaere-Manuel.
Luxon believes National's policies of devolution and localism were a better fit in comparison to a referendum.
Hana-Rawhiti Maipi-Clarke from Te Pāti Māori wants to win the Māori seat of Hauraki-Waikato from Labour's Nanaia Mahuta this election.
Carving is a therapeutic outlet that helped him reconnect to his Māori roots.
Morgan Godfery, Khylee Quince and Precious Clark joined The Hui to dissect the Tāmaki Makaurau debate.
Hinurewa Te Hau (National), Darleen Tana (Greens), Takutai Tarsh Kemp (Te Pāti Māori), and Peeni Henare (Labour) went head-to-head.
Hūhana Lyndon (Greens), Mariameno Kapa-Kingi (Te Pāti Māori), and Kelvin Davis (Labour) are standing for the Māori electorate of Te Tai Tokerau.
Several of the uninsured are back in their repaired homes while their insured neighbours battle for a payout.
Tākuta Ferris from Te Pāti Māori is up against Rino Tirikātene from Labour for the Māori seat of Te Tai Tonga.
Sir Pita Sharples founded the school at Hoani Waititi marae in west Auckland to share ancestral knowledge of mau rakau.
The waka is not being sailed or maintained and it's breaking the heart of the master carver.
Here's what they had to say.
Nathan is the first Māori designer to open New Zealand Fashion Week in its 20-year history.
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Kura Wijnschenk's campervan she was driving collided with a station wagon, killing her aunt instantly.
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"The environment may be changing that much we need to be a lot more adaptable."
He's ruled it out.
Luke Rowe coaches players through the psychological challenges of injury or not making the squad.
George Jackson's rēwena renaissance began as a tribute to his grandmother, who was renowned for the bread.
Sharday Cable-Ranapia is a "death doula" and supports whānau in preparations for their loved one's death.
"My biggest goal is just to go up to the big leagues and show the world that I belong there."
The entire school year is organised in relation to the phases of the moon, emphasising the connection between the moon and well-being.
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It's become the political target for derision and potential disestablishment after this year's election. So what has it accomplished?
Those in the industry say it's critical we prepare rangatahi for a career in this space.
Although the Australian teams have visited here before, this is the first time the Māori teams will be playing internationally.
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"If I didn't do it I'd probably be dead by now."
"Being a girl at the park is one thing and being a Māori girl skater at the park is an even smaller little niche."
Flooding from the Tūtaekurī River forced whānau in Waiohiki from their homes in February.
Ganesh Raj teamed up with Papatūānuku Kōkiri Marae to help whānau break the habit of eating takeaways.
The shock of his diagnosis has been compounded by the lengthy and frustrating delays for treatment.