Pacific mental wellbeing programme Le Toloa is helping Pasifika cope with the stresses of everyday life.
Keeping the language alive for I-Kiribati children in New Zealand has been at the forefront of Kinaua Ewels’ mind. The author has written three bilingual children’s books in time for Kiribati Language Week celebrations.
In honour of last week's Solomon Islands Language Week, our reporter Ann-Tauilo Motuga sat down with SIAWA Youth Representative Doreen S Kwaoga and her friend Wendy Andrews Mamata who shared their knowledge about their culture.
Dahlia Malaeulu of Mila's Books is on a mission to help connect tamaiti to their gagana Samoa.
The Hawaiians is an illuminating look into the '90s cultural and political renaissance in Hawaii.
This Saturday 19 June, Tagata Pasifika presents a special show paying tribute to the Polynesian Panthers.
New Zealand is one of the few developed countries where teaching our own history in schools is not compulsory. But all that's set to change next year when a new New Zealand history curriculum will be introduced to all schools and kura.But will it cover material to empower our Pasifika youth, and will teachers get up to speed in time? Simone Kaho spoke to three Pacific scholars from Auckland University for this story.
By Ann-Tauilo Motuga Aotearoa has a long history of Pasifika migration. Like many immigrants, Pasifika families endured challenges with settling into a new country, learning a new language and being in a new social and economic environment. We have heard stories of our ancestors dealing with hardships in their time, but what about the stories […]
The man who is now famous for the America's Cup and global sports graphics, Sir Ian Taylor, has been busy creating an online platform depicting the story of Polynesian voyagers who crossed the Pacific Ocean to Aotearoa. John Pulu reports.