Hato Petera seeks gag order for three former board members
Hato Petera College are trying to silence former board members who represented the Auckland Catholic Diocese. The school has hired lawyers claiming the former board members are making false and defamatory statements about the college.
KKM teachers go over Te Aho Matua curriculum
For over 30 years, Te Aho Matua has been the learning curriculum for kura kaupapa Māori. Today it sets its first lot of teachers down for the newly refined version of the curriculum with hopes that the results for kura kaupapa Māori will peak higher than they already have.
Growing worldwide support for Mauna Kea
Thousands across the world are turning their support towards the Kānaka Māoli of Hawai’i in their bid to protect their sacred mountain. A 30 metre telescope, worth $1.4 billion, is being built on Mauna Kea, located on the big island of Hawai’i, but more and more people around the globe are joining the fight, including our own.
Haunui crew upholds Māori seafaring traditions
Who will carry on Māori seafaring traditions? That's what waka expert Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr wants to know. He takes sailors from across the country on the double-hulled canoe Haunui that has just left the shores of Te Whānau ā Apanui.
Ruia Taitea to open new home for Māori theatre
Ruia Taitea Creative is opening a brand new space for Māori theatre practitioners this April. The base will operate using the fundamental Māori protocols. Peata Melbourne caught up with one of Ruia Taitea's founding members earlier today.