Piripi Winiata has gone from having zero Māori language skills to speaking fluently.
Tom Butler says he's barely keeping his head above water - and he's not alone.
Carmel Sepuloni promised to wipe beneficiaries' debt in 2016.
Matua TA is schooling kids in some of Auckland's most affluent suburbs in Māori culture.
Kura Wijnschenk says if they both died, no one would have known the truth.
Once strangers, tragedy has brought Jason Koroheke and Marie Harlick together.
Twenty years ago, shares Philip Te Whata's whanau owned in Whenuanui 2B were erased without their knowledge.
A group of Papakura women are feeling the transformative benefits of a gym class.
"It comes with a ready-made package interpreted by another culture. It doesn't work."
Like hundreds of others, Poto Kingi was evicted from her home.
Hundreds of whanau were needlessly issued with eviction notices.
The Hui speaks to former tenants who say their lives have been shattered.
They were taken from their family after their Housing NZ home tested positive for meth.
One of NZ's top secondary school teachers knows first-hand the power education.
Mihingarangi Forbes reports on the frictions exposed in the debate over the Te Mata Peak track.
He will allow iwi to work out their overlapping interests on the marae using a tikanga Māori framework
Should Pākehā be allowed to wear the traditional Māori tattoo?
Nanaia Mahuta says the station faces serious financial challenges.
Psalm Cowley is only 13, but she's being tipped as a superstar in the making.
A new support group Kura Precious Ones has been set up to help parents struggling with the stress.
There are calls for the Government to freeze future treaty payments to a Rotorua-based iwi trust.
After five years in the UK, Kawiti Waetford has returned home.
Chinese immigrant Lidu Gong has found peace and love in Te Reo.
Many whānau struggle to pay one monthly power bill, so imagine having to pay two.
Trust bosses have addressed concerns raised by members.
She flew half way around the world for love, only to be arrested and jailed for smuggling cocaine.
Damien and George Nepata received horrific injuries in separate botched Army exercises.
There's trouble in paradise, reports The Hui's Mihingarangi Forbes.
Ricky Houghton is on a mission to help those who can't help themselves.
Kylee Douglas fears her son Jason Rewiti will die behind bars.
Former Māori Party co-leader Ms Fox says heads should roll.
The leadership hopeful says her party has "some work to do".
Gisborne residents are split between the past and future on the name of their bay.
People who take marijuana for pain relief are criminals - and proposed changes won't change that.
"I grew up that way, people have always considered me so. It's fundamentally simple."
Nen Tulloch is Māori, a woman, passed all the tests and has a clean record. So why don't the police want her?
The recent ruling not to re-open the case into his death is the final blow for his parents.
Cherylee Fuller has set up her own photography business while bringing up her tamariki - on her own.
Labour's Paul Eagle was adopted, and didn't meet his birth parents for 20 years.
Too many young Māori men end up in prison - but Richie Barnett's showing them another way.
The election saw them ousted from Parliament, but they're refusing to go down without a fight.
Changes could be on the cards for our welfare system under the new Government.
Charmaine Ngarimu had her stomach stapled in 2014, and it's literally changed her from the inside out.
Andrew Little told Three's The Hui while the law caused a lot of harm, there's only so much he can do.
He died in a police pursuit after stealing a car, but his family say he was 'Sunshine' to them.
"It affects probably every New Zealander, but people just don't know it."
Nanaia Mahuta's the the first wahine to be Māori Development Minister - and the first minister to wear a facial moko.
Willie Jackson told The Hui the country has moved on from the foreshore and seabed debacle.
Kharl Wirepa misled Work and Income about where he was living. It could cost him dearly.
"White people get away with crimes, brown people do time."
A decade on, the relationship between the Crown and the 'Children of The Mist' is still shrouded in mistrust.