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Rawiri Waititi, who has called ties “a colonial noose,” was prevented from asking questions in the debating chamber.
It technically translates into "feather," but is far more commonly used to refer to pubic hair.
Filming the episode was particularly emotional for actor Rob Kipa-Williams as he embraced family, grief and culture.
"Thank you, kia ora," the "Jojo Rabbit" director said, dedicating his award to Indigenous children around the world.
“The fact that the suggestion was made and that there were elders alongside me who really acknowledged that ― it felt like a significant gesture.”
Boris Johnson has told a Māori congregation in New Zealand their traditional greeting would be “misinterpreted in a pub in
The first river-that-is-a-person in the world.
The Māori people stand with Standing Rock Sioux by sending them hakas through Facebook.
And MIlan's Mario Balotelli wasn't happy. Whether New Zealand takes dramatic action remains to be seen. But there's little
A black and white image of a Maori newborn baby next to his placenta has been shared online to draw attention to the sacred