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Lifewise Trust – Support Worker Vacancies (closes 6 March)

Lifewise Trust – Support Worker Vacancies (closes 6 March)

If you want to join a dynamic, committed driven team  – then apply NOW for one of our Support Worker vacancies.  Lifewise are currently looking for Full Time, Part Time and On-Call Casual Support Workers.  Please find below a Quick Summary...
Māori Scholarships 2014 +links

Māori Scholarships 2014 +links

Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust is offering two exciting scholarships for 2014. Click here First, the Tāwera Scholarship that is aimed at Māori undergraduate students enrolled fulltime in 2014 in a commerce, business, or management degree. Preference will...
Health warning issued for Okawa Bay, Lake Rotoiti

Health warning issued for Okawa Bay, Lake Rotoiti

A health warning has been issued for Okawa Bay on Lake Rotoiti as routine monitoring results provided by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council have confirmed blooms of blue-green algae which are potentially toxic. “Blue-green algae are present in Okawa...
Community grants funding (closing soon)

Community grants funding (closing soon)

Got a working bee in your street or neighbourhood??  APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING FOR THE GRANTS UP TO $20,000 CLOSE ON THE 21 MARCH If you want to bring people together in your neighbourhood to work on a neighbourhood project, that enhances and strengthens...
Aroha Mai – Cancer Support Services

Aroha Mai – Cancer Support Services

Aroha Mai Cancer Support Services is a voluntary team committed to offering support and guidance for those diagnosed with Cancer as well as wider family. Their aim is to extend support to people with cancer and their whānau by offering the following...
BROvember is here

BROvember is here

BROVEMBER… The Waiariki Purea initiative, Bully Free Bro continues to innovate and develop exciting strategies which help get the message out to young people that bullying is NOT on. November 1st saw the launch of their White Ribbon awareness initiative...
Māori Models of Health & Wellbeing

Māori Models of Health & Wellbeing

To better understand Māori perspectives on health and well-being it is useful to examine key Māori models that have been developed and which are in current use. Each of these models reflect and highlight the interconnectedness and holistic nature of...
Talking with Kataraina Pipi

Talking with Kataraina Pipi

(By Aneta Cram) Kataraina Pipi, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hine, has been working in the field of research and evaluation for more than fifteen years. She is currently based in Auckland running an independent company (FEM 2006 Ltd) which specialises in providing...
Heath Warning still in place for Kai Moana located in the Bay of Plenty

Heath Warning still in place for Kai Moana located in the Bay of Plenty

High levels of poisoned kai moana, called Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxin have been found in shellfish during routine marine biotoxin monitoring in the Bay of Plenty. Levels of poison “found in shellfish are now well above our alert level...
Te Arawa Whānau Ora helps raise awareness during Mental Health Week

Te Arawa Whānau Ora helps raise awareness during Mental Health Week

Paearahi, Ange Tipu and the Te Arawa Whānau Ora team coordinated a Whānau Community Entertainment Day for Mental Health Awareness week. The event was held on Thursday 10th October in City Focus and included a variety of other community service providers....