"You don’t get to culturally misappropriate it for profit," said an angry member of the Maori Council in a video message.
"The fact that the suggestion was made and that there were elders alongside me who really acknowledged that ― it felt like a significant gesture."
The perspective that nature and culture are not just interlinked, but that they are inseparable, is shared amongst many native
The Māori people stand with Standing Rock Sioux by sending them hakas through Facebook.
Sport has always been a part of Jamal Khalil Atkins' life. The second son of Albert William Atkins and Jeannette Sykes Atkins, Jamal's parents incorporated a philosophy of life that exalted and combined a high respect of body, will and mind.
The team received a 15-yard penalty for performing a traditional war dance.
Founded in 1937 by the renowned French ethnologist, Paul Rivet, as both a research and exposition center, the Musée de l'Homme has long been among the most revered of ethno-anthropological museums.
  A New Zealand school has honored a late teacher with national pride and unity.  The entire student body of Palmerston North
Tāreikura consists of young Māori women between the ages of 8 and 18 who speak Māori and practice both traditional and modern
Artist Jono Rotman discovered that there's more to gang members than violence and mayhem when he photographed New Zealand's
There are two exhibitions opening at contemporary art venue PAULNACHE, both by New Zealand-born artists now based overseas
On Aug. 18 of last year, an IED strike in Afghanistan took the lives of three New Zealand soldiers: Corporal Luke Tamatea
This performance piece by Samoan choreographer Lemi Ponifasio, which had its world premiere at the Radar Festival in Los