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When our predominantly English legal system uses te teo terms like mana, care must be taken not to twist the concepts that term represents.

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I Ōrākei Marae, e whakaako ana ngā kaiako o Te Kaa i ētahi rōpū nō ētahi kamupene huri noa i Aotearoa me pēhea e whai māramatanga ai, e whai hononga anō ai ki te ahurea Māori i runga hoki i te ngākau pai.

At Ōrākei Marae, Māori cultural competency kaiako from Te Kaa are teaching rōpū from companies across Aotearoa how to positively identify with Māori culture.

Through film and television, Māori storytellers are sharing their tales further than ever.

Music 101 host Charlotte Ryan on where she goes to find peace and how to create the perfect radio show. 

International students bring their knowledge, culture and diversity with them to New Zealand, and then out into the world when they return home.

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There is still beauty in the world, insists Jordan Margetts – but Rooney seems unable to see it.

The documentary about the mosque shootings served as a reminder of the incredible strength of those left behind.

The latest entry in the Kidman-Kelley-Moriarty canon is their weakest one yet.

The plot and performances are compelling, but the TVNZ mystery series never quite matches up to its spectacular setting.

The more we dehumanise others, see them as anonymous or two-dimensional caricatures, the more they become targets of our own unexamined frustrations.

I know from personal experience the anxiety, the nausea, the uncertainty that can surround decisions at such sensitive times. But the science is clear.

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When do incentives turn into coercion, and does containing the threat of Covid justify it?

Our council faces crisis. Wellingtonians deserve better. What they don't need is corporate spin.

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