"When it's done from a Western perspective, it's scientific truth; when it's an indigenous idea, it's myths and legends."
"We were there primarily to defend science."
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"I've lost count actually how many of our puppies have died, it's quite sad."
"We need to be celebrating the indigenous practice and the indigenous systems."
"Harakeke came to me when I was ready."
Receiving his traditional Māori tattoo was a journey of loss, reclamation, and a promise kept.
"They're far from therapeutic, and as we saw on camera last week, abuse is taking place."
"If it's one less thing that their whanau needs to worry about or it's going to help, then that makes us happy."
"Getting stood down for three days, they're going to go out and carry on vaping."
"They do take a long time in terms of planning and then construction."
"The narrative was that Steve was to blame, the family were to blame."
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A special episode of The Hui focused on the health of tāne Māori.
Their life expectancy is just 73 years compared to 80 years for non-Māori men.
Monday's episode of The Hui will begin at 8:30pm.
Her former partner has accused her of abduction and wants the children returned under the Hague Convention.
Courtney and Heta Dawson are winning awards and filling clubs with their unique and hilarious take on whānau dynamics.
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Hundreds of people gathered at the Auckland Town Hall on Friday night to honour the best journalism of the past year.
Kase Williams is one of hundreds of Kiwi children who has cystic fibrosis and there's a drug that can help him - but it costs $400,000 a year.
"There's people that are re-mortgaging their homes to send kids on New Zealand trips."
"When we share our stories and our history, it really does help them to connect that much easier."
Ngāti Kahukuraawhitia raised over $300k to help them regain their land and have a place their whānau can return to.
One Māori health expert is blaming colonisation for the inequities wahine face.
Chris Molloy appeared on Police Ten 7 five years ago, but his mugshot remained online.
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"I think we need to think about our high-risk countries, whether we should be doing rapid antigen testing," said Shane Reti.
"If I'm going to be quiet and embarrassed, then how am I going to help the younger generation in my whānau?"
But Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer have done nothing wrong, says Tau Henare.
"None of that makes sense to me and I don't think it makes sense to anyone."
Each episode is previewed and producers amend and edit the programme to fit with any concerns from police.
"We've got to house people in immediate need."
"I really can't see how coming home and having to put up a tent is OK anymore."
A column by Coster has been panned for deflecting criticism of police and their information collection methods.
The local emergency housing provider has over 40 families on its waiting list - but there are only two transitional houses in the district.
"I think that what we really need to be looking at how we understand all of the mistrust that sits within our whānau."
Some of the family members identified symptoms but didn't get tested until later.
They know they're in for another big season.
Claire Wihongi-Matene says she made dental care affordable. Authorities say she put people at risk.
While most were able to walk away from the road smash near Lake Rotomā last year, Kaye Tai was told she would never walk again
International Taekwondo New Zealand has suspended senior master Andrew Salter.
The party has made a remarkable comeback.
Only 53 percent of New Zealanders voted against legalising recreational cannabis.