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The loss of land, language and Waitaha identity

The loss of land, language and Waitaha identity

Descendants of Te Maihāroa discuss the impact of land loss on their iwi Waitaha.

Descendants of Te Maihāroa discuss the impact of land loss on their iwi Waitaha.

The Donnelly whānau and their mum's experience of racism

Debbie Donnelly's mother Setsuko experienced racism after moving to New Zealand from Japan in the 1950s.

Debbie Donnelly's mother Setsuko experienced racism after moving to New Zealand from Japan in the 1950s.

Maketū Wharetōtara: A lingering pain 180 years old

Hinerangi Himiona and Hone Mihaka tell the story of their tupuna who was the first person executed by the Crown in Aotearoa.

Hinerangi Himiona and Hone Mihaka tell the story of their tupuna who was the first person executed by the Crown in Aotearoa.

Ngāti Korokī-Kahukura remain guardians of Karāpiro Valley

Manākitanga remains important for Ngāti Korokī-Kahukura as kaitiaki of the Karāpiro Valley.

Manākitanga remains important for Ngāti Korokī-Kahukura as kaitiaki of the Karāpiro Valley.

The lost Chinese town of Canton

Little remains of the southernmost Chinese settlement, except the legacy of racism.

Little remains of the southernmost Chinese settlement, except the legacy of racism.

Holocaust survivor remembers anti-Semitic pamphlet drop

The delivery of anti-Semitic pamphlets in Auckland in the 1970s led to NZ's first hate speech conviction.

The delivery of anti-Semitic pamphlets in Auckland in the 1970s led to NZ's first hate speech conviction.

The most sacred yet almost forgotten pā

Rangitāne descendants speak about the significance of Te Motu o Poutoa to Rangitāne.

Rangitāne descendants speak about the significance of Te Motu o Poutoa to Rangitāne.

The good doctor criticised for treating Māori

Dr George Cleghorn moved to Marlborough in 1876. The talented surgeon left a long-standing impression.

Dr George Cleghorn moved to Marlborough in 1876. The talented surgeon left a long-standing impression.

Te Kohia Pa, where the first shots were fired

Iwi historian Hoani Eriwata on the history of Te Kohia Pā, the place where the Taranaki land wars started.

Iwi historian Hoani Eriwata on the history of Te Kohia Pā, the place where the Taranaki land wars started.

Nelson Mail reporting of local Maori

The Nelson Mail and Stuff coverage has contributed to stigma and racism against Māori. Kerensa Johnston, CEO of Wakatū Inc, talks about the negative effects that coverage can have.

The Nelson Mail and Stuff coverage has contributed to stigma and racism against Māori. Kerensa Johnston, CEO of Wakatū Inc, talks about the negative effects that coverage can have.

Dick Garratt of the Māori Sports Awards

Māori have been among Aotearoa New Zealand's highest sports achievers. Yet, have often been overlooked or marginalised in a monocultural media environment that failed to support Māori athletes when they most needed powerful backing.

Māori have been among Aotearoa New Zealand's highest sports achievers. Yet, have often been overlooked or marginalised in a monocultural media environment that failed to support Māori athletes when they most needed powerful backing.

How we reported on Māori business

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei deputy chair Ngarimu Blair tells Stuff how Māori adapted to colonisation and became successful traders with early European settlers.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei deputy chair Ngarimu Blair tells Stuff how Māori adapted to colonisation and became successful traders with early European settlers.

Stop constant media negativity towards Māori

Lavinia Reihana-Moemate (Kāti Huirapa) wants Māori to be fairly represented in The Timaru Herald.

Lavinia Reihana-Moemate (Kāti Huirapa) wants Māori to be fairly represented in The Timaru Herald.

Ken Mair on racism in the media

Whanganui iwi leader Ken Mair speaks about his own experience with the media and the general portrayal of Māori.

Whanganui iwi leader Ken Mair speaks about his own experience with the media and the general portrayal of Māori.

Nanaia Mahuta on biased reporting

Nanaia Mahuta reflects on media coverage of the Waikato-Tainui Deed of Settlement signed in 1995.

Nanaia Mahuta reflects on media coverage of the Waikato-Tainui Deed of Settlement signed in 1995.

Dame Turia on media bias against Māori

Dame Tariana Turia reflects and shares her thoughts on the media industry.

Dame Tariana Turia reflects and shares her thoughts on the media industry.

We need more Māori news

Waihōpai Rūnaka representative Michael Skerrett says there needs to be greater coverage of Māori in media.

Waihōpai Rūnaka representative Michael Skerrett says there needs to be greater coverage of Māori in media.

Keelan Walker on the Wairau Bar

Rangitāne ancestors are buried at the Wairau Bar. But that hasn't always been the case.

Rangitāne ancestors are buried at the Wairau Bar. But that hasn't always been the case.

Te Maire Tau on the media's coverage of Māori issues

Stuff spoke to Christchurch historian Te Maire Tau about the media's portrayal of the Māori community.

Stuff spoke to Christchurch historian Te Maire Tau about the media's portrayal of the Māori community.

The portrayal of Parihaka

Dr Ruakere Hond talks about how the Taranaki settlement of Parihaka has been portrayed in the news media over the years.

Dr Ruakere Hond talks about how the Taranaki settlement of Parihaka has been portrayed in the news media over the years.

Māori and the media

Wiremu Kingi Te Awe Awe of Rangitāne reflects on the relationship between Māori and the media.

Wiremu Kingi Te Awe Awe of Rangitāne reflects on the relationship between Māori and the media.

Tame Iti: 50 years of newsmaking

For fifty years Tūhoe kaumatūa Tame iti had to endure biased and racist media coverage while fighting for the equal rights of his people.

For fifty years Tūhoe kaumatūa Tame iti had to endure biased and racist media coverage while fighting for the equal rights of his people.