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Almost one in five Māori adults can speak te reo Māori, and a third say they can understand the language at least fairly well, new data show.
Whānau who rely on kaimoana for food are urging the government to relax the lockdown fishing ban.
The organisation of defence lawyers - focusing on better outcomes for Māori - is particularly timely amid the Covid-19, its co-founder says.
Māori celebrities and experts are giving online tutorials to help thousands of children keep up their reo Māori learning at home.
Iwi will have to wait to hear more on the government's plan for targeted Covid-19 Māori health funding, but in the meantime they continue to carry out their own response plans.
The Māori freshwater fisheries trust has appointed Lisa Te Heuheu as its new chair.
A Hawke's Bay doctor says many assessment centres do not have enough swabs to meet demand for testing of Covid-19 after the government made a call for increased testing.
A new Auckland Council function will manage Māori enquiries relating to Covid-19.
The lockdown has seen a Whanganui father and forestry worker trade his 3am wake-up call for a "sleep in" and cuddles with his three young daughters.
The Māori King has said the most important thing at the moment is to protect whakapapa.
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Kaitiaki at Ihumātao have had to turn away families wanting to isolate with them.
Many iwi acted before the lockdown was announced amid concerns about increased vulnerability of Māori to the virus.
Two-thirds of New Zealand's Covid-19 cases so far are in older people but the patterns are still too "idiosyncratic" to draw any strong predictions from, a researcher modelling the virus says.
More iwi are planning to close their tribal borders in the fight against Covid-19, despite warnings from police doing so is illegal.
Kōhanga reo are bracing themselves amid the threat of Covid-19 by allowing kōhanga reo trust staff to work from home, and temporarily banning large hui, wānanga and travel for kaimahi at kōhanga.
The government has announced more than $56 million to support Māori communities and businesses respond to Covid-19.
A Wairarapa iwi is rallying around its most vulnerable amid the threat of Covid 19, preparing food packs and other essentials to every kaumātua in its rohe.
Three upcoming kapa haka regional competitions have been postponed amid the threat of Covid-19.
The National Secondary School Kapa Haka Competition has been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.