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This Saturday I step into the ring for the first time. I’ve always wanted to get in there but there was always something that stopped me. Exams in high school, exams and assignments at university, and other lame excuses. On the 8th of September I saw an ad...

About 850,000 people across Aotearoa whakapapa to an iwi, yet most of the iwi have as little as 10% of their whānau registered, missing out on meaningful connections and engagement. To make it easier for iwi, hapū and other Māori organisations to connect with existing iwi members and...

Tonight, the world watches as the Rugby World Cup 2019 officially kicks off with the first game between Japan and Russia. Our Social Media Consultant Josh Ogilvy reflects on how different cultures are connecting against the backdrop of this highly charged world sporting event. Never before...

It has been really encouraging to see so many people and organisations embracing Te Wiki o te Reo Māori this year. It feels like the tides might be turning, and a more general acknowledgment taking place across Aotearoa of the importance of understanding Māori culture. Making the teaching of...

C2’s CE Scott Campbell and author Nicky Pellegrino made an appearance on Radio NZ’s The Panel yesterday to discuss New Zealand’s current affairs. They share their thoughts on how cannabis legalisation may affect the synthetic drug market, e-cigarette regulation and the Labour Party’s most recent scandal. You can hear more...