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Asia Pacific Report A New Zealand solidarity group for Palestine with a focus on settler colonialism has condemned the latest atrocities by the Israeli military...

COMMENTARY: By Rob Campbell Is it just me or is it not more than a little odd that coverage of current events in New Caledonia/Kanaky...

RNZ News Thousands of people gathered before dawn in the Bay of Islands today to commemorate Aotearoa New Zealand's Treaty of Waitangi amid heightened tensions...

RNZ News Aotearoa New Zealand coalition government leaders have rejected allegations they are degrading tino rangatiratanga, saying the proposed Treaty Principles Bill will not "delegitimise"...

RNZ News The crowd booed a combative Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters and drowned out Associate Treaty Minister David Seymour, while Prime Minister Christopher Luxon...

ANALYSIS: By Paul Moon, Auckland University of Technology When it comes to grappling with the Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi, one of the commonest...

ANALYSIS: By Dominic O'Sullivan, Charles Sturt University The ACT Party’s election promise of a referendum for Aotearoa New Zealand to redefine and enshrine the “principles”...

RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has been warned that Māori will not sit by without a fight if the government attempts to...

By Ruci Farrell of Pacific Media Network Pacific peoples joined with tangata whenua at the weekend, calling on the Aotearoa New Zealand government to uphold...

RNZ News New Zealand's opposition parties have seized on a leaked ministerial memo about the coalition government's proposed Treaty Principles bill, saying the prime minister...

ANALYSIS: By Annie Te One, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington In his maiden speech to Parliament in 2020, Te Pāti Māori co-leader...

OBITUARY: By Dominic O'Sullivan Tui Rererangi Walsh O'Sullivan, 4 July 1940 -- 20 May 2023 Kia ora koutau katoa. Kia ora mo o koutou haerenga i...

ANALYSIS: By Dominic O'Sullivan, Charles Sturt University Many different arguments for and against the Voice to Parliament have been heard in the lead-up to this...

ANALYSIS: By Michael Belgrave, Massey University Australian Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price’s recent claim that New Zealand’s Waitangi Tribunal has veto powers over Parliament was met...

ANALYSIS: By Dominic O'Sullivan, Charles Sturt University As part of its aspiration to be “Tiriti-led”, the University of Otago has embarked on a consultation process...

Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand's board chairperson Rob Campbell has been sacked over a political attack he made about the opposition National Party's...

RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has described today's Waitangi Day dawn service as moving and says he welcomes the shift away from...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato; Claire Breen, University of Waikato, and Valmaine Toki, University of Waikato The heated (and often confused) debate about...

ANALYSIS: By Khairiah A. Rahman "On the ground, there is a sense of disquiet and distrust of the organisers’ motivations for the hui, as some...

ANALYSIS: By Professor Dominic O'Sullivan At this year’s local government elections, average voter turnout was 36 percent. This is comparable to the 2019 figure. It...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report “Public interest journalism plays a crucial role in promoting the quality of public life, protecting individuals from...

RNZ Mediawatch The first tranche of the New Zealand government’s $55 million Public Interest Journalism Fund has been allocated - against a backdrop of criticism...