We went along to this year's upbeat "imperfect" Waitangi Day celebrations.
Talking in te reo Māori and English with two young crew of an ocean-going waka navigating into the future using traditional knowledge.
"For me, neo-colonisation is an unseen process that cloaks our bodies and minds every single day."
"Once were Warriors. Once were British."
Why we manuhiri need to do better, and stop listening to pale stale academics predicting the end of te reo Māori.
Why I'm going to Waitangi.
The first female PM to speak at Te Whare Rūnanga. Plus mumps outbreak could leave Auckland men infertile, and a new register for sexual misconduct in the workplace.