Ardern says, '18,400 children lifted out of poverty'. National counters, '20,000 more children in poverty under Jacinda Ardern'. Can they both be right?
A group discovered to be digging for proof of a giant pre-Māori race in the limestone caves of Waikato have not lost their minds all of a sudden, but are continuing a legacy of religion-based racism in the area, writes Scott Hamilton.
No matter how you measure it, science remains systematically biased against women – and ethnically diverse women even more so, writes Dr Hinemoa Elder.
A secretive group excavating a cave near Huntly believe it's filled with a race of pre-Polynesian giants' skeletons, but iwi and archaeologists have serious concerns.
Director Heperi Mita celebrates the success of his friend Taika Waititi, and explains what it means for Māori and indigenous creatives around the world.
In 2018, Robert Jones called for a 'Māori Gratitude Day'. Filmmaker and activist Renae Maihi responded with a petition to have him stripped of his knighthood. Now Jones is suing her for defamation.