Nine years after Māori filmmaker Merata Mita's death, her son Hepi Mita has made a documentary about the immense legacy she left behind.
A hui at the University of Auckland today revealed the tip of the iceberg of the institute’s problem with racism and discrimination.
The recent minimum wage rise took a toll on some small businesses, particularly in sectors such as hospitality and retail, which rely on minimum wage workers.
Traditional local council structures are shutting out indigenous voices. Māori wards were supposed to be the answer – so why are so few being created?
Documentary The Heart Dances is about the process of a European choreographer recreating The Piano as a ballet, but its real story lies in the exploration of what can happen when Māori culture meets European art.
When 60 CEOs signed up to the Climate Leaders Coalition in July 2018 CEOs much was made of the presence of the big players. But a number of nimble smaller companies are leading from the back.
Controversial American academic and writer Christina Hoff Sommers is coming to New Zealand in 2019 for #FEMINIST, a talk with Roxane Gay about 21st century feminism.
After giving birth, Niki Clarke discovered there was nothing for her to wear to the gym to accommodate her changed body and desire to breastfeed. So she decided to do something about it.
Crave café has been serving locals in Morningside, Auckland for almost a decade, and is spearheading plans for a major regeneration of the suburb over the coming year.
Recently appointed co-director of the MacDiarmid Institute Dr. Nicola Gaston's new role allows her to guide one of New Zealand's top science institutes to potentially world-leading research.
Superstar scientist Brian Cox talks to Alice Webb-Liddall about aliens, wormholes, and whether he'd punch Albert Einstein if he had the chance.
Welcome to the Cheat Sheet, a clickable, shareable, bite-sized FAQ on the news of the moment. Today we figure out what the New Zealand Music Industry Manifesto means for local music.
Just how worried should we be about talk around a surge in shark numbers in our shore, and the unexpected visitors to Oriental Bay. Alice Webb-Liddall talks to Riley Elliott.