Māori communities own just five percent of overall land, but they cared for that land for hundreds of years before colonisation.
Nearly thirty years after they formed in Auckland, The Pacific Sisters come home.
Arataki goes beyond colonial history to tell the indigenous stories behind some of Aotearoa's most famous locations.
"It was clear to me that I needed that foundational strength of te reo Māori."
Meet the teens caught up in New Zealand's criminal justice system.
Can a wind send you mad? Canterbury’s famous Nor’wester has been linked to higher rates of crime, deaths from organ failure, and mental illness.
Ben Clement revisits his old stomping grounds, adventures to locals only beaches and basks in the warmth of ‘True Zealand’.
The secrets of New Zealand's ice age have been hiding in kiwi DNA.