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Summary: Identifying the most vulnerable children even before they're born could improve the lives of Maori and Pacific children.
Insight looks at the latest findings of Auckland University's long-term Growing Up in New Zealand study, as it releases a report on child vulnerability....
Leigh McLachlan asks whether only allowing men to speak on the Marae is sexism or upholding ancestral teachings?
In most tribes, it's the man's job to speak on the marae during a formal Maori powhiri, while the women lead the karanga or welcome call....
Maori Language celebrations were born in the early 1970s into a climate of widespread rejection and even hostility.
Archaeologists have revised the dates for when humans first settled in New Zealand. It is now thought humans settled just 750 years ago. This makes New Zealand the last major land mass settled by humans. They came from central east Polynesia. It is thought the...