Dr Meihana Durie is a specialist in Māori well-being and has been involved in writing and directing. In 2007 his work How It All Happens In The End was a finalist in the Pikihuia Awards.In 2010 Meihana and his brother Pere Durie's film Warbrick, a 12-minute drama based on the legacy of rugby player Joe Warbrick, won second prize at the Montreal First People's Film Festival in Canada. Durie was was awarded a HRC Hohua Tutengaehe Research Fellowshipin Māori Health in 2015, worth more than $420,000 for his project titled ‘Te Papa o Te Ora’’.
- http://www.hrc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/Dr%20Meihana%20Durie.pdf 18 November 2016
http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/3906178/Hard-work-pays-off-for-brothers 18 November 2016
- "How it all happens in the end." Huia short stories 7. Wellington, N.Z.: Huia, 2007.
- "Tū Toa, Tū Tēnehi!." Toi te kupu, n.82 (Pae 2007): 8.