The man who died following a shooting in Ōtāhuhu over the weekend has been named by NZ Police as 31-year-old Alec Moala of Papatoetoe. Acting Detective Inspector Warrick Adkin of Counties Manukau CIB said Police were called to the scene on Beatty Street at about 2.15am. A post-mortem was completed yesterday and Police are continuing […]
The Friendly Tongan locals doing what they love best during the week leading up to the Coronation of King Tupou VI, Nuku’alofa, Tongatapu.
Tevita Faka'osi founded Kainga Pasifika Services Trust in Flaxmere to help prevent violence in the home. The Tongan leader has created a safe place that is empowering the Pasifika community while helping new migrants settle in the Hawke's Bay area.
The Malaeola center in Mangere, South Auckland is well known for hosting weddings, birthdays and many more community functions. This month marks 20 years since the hall was built and John Pulu has more from the celebrations.
Theresa Fitzpatrick is confirmed for the games, while Caleb Clarke will be a travelling reserve. Hanalei Foliaki caught up with the athletes on the eve of their Olympic dream.
This week, we Talanoa on the options that students have when they leave highschool, and we also look at the trials they go through in their transition into higher learning – with Walter Fraser, Head of Pacific Advancement at AUT.
Health professionals in Canterbury are rallying to change poor health outcomes for Pasifika people by creating a health care service that's warmer, friendlier, costs less and meets the real needs of Pacific people.That's the idea behind the Etu Pasifika clinic which opened in Christchurch earlier this year.
Pacific children are more likely to suffer severe eczema – find out how Dr Joe Williams is helping children with this most debilitating of diseases.
Watch the new track by Soul Brown from his forthcoming EP.