'Our DNA is embedded in the whenua': Wairarapa hapū in race to buy back ancestral land
The island is already under contract to be sold.
"It's taking away stories, it's taking away the potential for later research of the site."
"I don't want to attack children - but at the core, every way you look at it, it's cultural appropriation."
"I see it in my own brother and sister - they struggle with things I don't have to."
Mass protests followed the eviction notice in a bid to save the land from a housing development.
Māori and Pasifika businesses can showcase and sell their products on a global scale.
Precious Clark talks about challenging the face of race relations in Aotearoa.
Oranga Tamariki says there has been a major drop in the number of Māori children entering state care in the past year.