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An interview with Heta Gardiner: A lonely Māori voice at the Covid-19 briefings

Heta Gardiner's questions offer a glimpse of a media world with different incentives, priorities and cultural values.

This government is not transformational. Neither was its budget

It may have been called "Rebuilding Together", but what exactly was yesterday's budget rebuilding?

A truly fair budget is a budget that understands whakapapa

Will today's budget account for the corporate bias of the past?

On Alison Roman, food appropriation and cancel culture

What do you do when you’re brown and a white woman you like gets cancelled?

Will Treaty relations post-Covid be more of the same?

Dion Tuuta adds his voice to the chorus calling for a better Treaty partnership as we emerge from the pandemic.

Covid-19 and Māori health: ‘The daily 1pm briefings have been an exercise in whiteness’

Where is the ‘other’ Treaty partner in this pandemic response, asks public health expert Rhys Jones.

Empire and rebellion: What Taika Waititi directing Star Wars means for Māori

The appeal of Star Wars is universal, but the central themes have special resonance for indigenous people – which is why having a uniquely Māori spirit at the helm is …

Māori Made Easy: Week six, day five… we did it!

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week six, day three and four

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Māori mobilisation in a crisis: A proud history

It's not the first time (nor will it be the last) that Māori have stepped up in a national emergency.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week six, day two

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week six, day one

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Learning to live by the maramataka: Haratua

Haratua/May is the 12th lunar month in the Māori year; a time to prepare for winter and Matariki.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week five, day five

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week five, day four

Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Accusations fly after new anti-Semitic vandalism appears at Ōwairaka

For the second time since New Zealand went into lockdown, the public toilet block and carpark at Ōwairaka has been defaced with racist images.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week five, day three

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week five, day two

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

How Māori can bridge the digital divide in the post-Covid world

Knowledge isolation puts Māori at a critical disadvantage. When we emerge from this crisis, that has to change.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week five, day one

Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first six weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

The relevance of te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Covid-19 era

On Aotearoa's dual legal systems and the government's obligations to both in these uncertain times.

Debbie Ngarewa-Packer on attack politics, Covid-19 and her new Māori Party co-leader

Rebuilding support for her seatless party in the midst of a global pandemic is an unenviable task, but new Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer is taking it in her stride.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week four, day five

She’s not a teacher or a fluent speaker – she just wants to practise te reo Māori with you! Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first four weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.

Do Māori Made Easy With Me: Week four, day four

Join Leonie Hayden as she works through the first four weeks of Scotty Morrison’s Māori Made Easy.