Politicians and Treaty experts explain what might happen next as the Government readies for changes to the Waitangi Tribunal and legislation mentioning Treaty principles
Will the incoming government favour Pākehā Baby Boomers in its policies or will it look to the growing future generations of Māori and Pasifika?
Aaron Smale continues a series on Māori demographics, showing how New Zealand’s history has been shaped by significant changes in the population
Around 40 percent of Pākehā are over 50 while 40 percent of Māori are 18 or under – a new series on the implications for NZ
Zamir Shatz-Stewart grew up in Horowhenua. But he moved to his father’s homeland of Israel as a young adult. He spoke to Aaron Smale about waking on October 7th to another chapter in the nation’s violent history.
Labour’s loss of at least four of Māori electorate seats could signal a generational, economic and demographic shift
Four of the Māori seats are a resounding victory for Te Pāti Māori, two are neck and neck and only one seat was a convincing win for Labour
The Te Tai Hauāuru seat could be significant in deciding not only which candidate gets to represent the electorate but also who forms the government.
In his last story in a series on the pine industry on the East Coast, Aaron Smale asks what we're leaving for future generations
Is Tairāwhiti locked into a political deal made in Wellington that will eventually destroy it?
Scientist Mike Marden has spent decades researching the East Coast's erosion – and he also knows things have to change
The government subsidised pine on the East Coast for nearly 30 years, huge tracts of which ended up in the hands of foreign companies known for environmental damage