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Drive to open education doorway

Drive to open education doorway

Rangatahi will be gaining an insight into new and exciting careers with an education drive through Te Waiariki Purea Trust. Youth Service team leader, Leanne Poutu-Graham says their most recent drive will give young people an opportunity to engage in...
Tane Takitu Ake wins award for innovation

Tane Takitu Ake wins award for innovation

Tane Takitu Ake, an innovative programme aimed at helping Māori men gain the tools needed to become better fathers, husbands and leaders, has been acknowledged for both its innovation and success. The programme recently received Lake DHB’s...
Te Reo Māori classes

Te Reo Māori classes

Wiremu Mataia Keepa, MBA., PGDipSB., BTM is offering te reo Māori classes. They will begin the 9th & 10th of February at 5.30pm. He is also offering an open evening for new whānau who are wanting to learn. This will also allow him to work out numbers...
High rates of Māori SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) in Wellington prompt workforce and community gathering

High rates of Māori SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) in Wellington prompt workforce and community gathering

Exceptionally high rates of Māori SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) have prompted a call to action hui being held at Kokiri Marae in Petone this Thursday 27 August. “We are convening this hui to reach both community and workforce, because rates...
Te Arawa Partnership hui to discuss upcoming elections

Te Arawa Partnership hui to discuss upcoming elections

The Te Arawa Partnership Working Group are holding special hui for Te Arawa marae, iwi authorities, entities, land trusts, stakeholders and Te Arawa whanui to provide a briefing on the election process, implementation of the partnership and the role Te...
Te Arawa Awards 2015 – now open

Te Arawa Awards 2015 – now open

Five weeks to go to get your nominations in for Te Arawa Awards 2015 e te iwi!! Te Papa Takaro have received a good number of nominations so far, but coordinator, Hana Tapiata says “keep them coming!!” It’s important that you understand...
Te Arawa Whānau Ora partners to lead healthy lifestyles initiative

Te Arawa Whānau Ora partners to lead healthy lifestyles initiative

Health Minister Tony Ryall announced last week that Te Arawa Whānau Ora, in partnership with Kowhai Health Associates, has been selected to lead a $2.5 million healthy lifestyles initiative in Rotorua. Healthy Families NZ is a new $40 million initiative...
Te Arawa Whānau Ora – Small Changes lead to Big Achievements

Te Arawa Whānau Ora – Small Changes lead to Big Achievements

Te Arawa Whānau Ora (TAWO) can help whānau in really big ways. Quite often we hear about the small successes that Whānau Ora brings, and in the case of the Morgan-Tule whānau (Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāi Tūhoe) it definitely started off...
Helping Children Manage their Money

Helping Children Manage their Money

ASB GetWise is a fun and educational financial literacy programme run in New Zealand schools, to give young New Zealanders some of the money skills and know-how they need later in life. The programme is available free of charge to primary and intermediate...
Flu Shot now available – including workplace vaccinations

Flu Shot now available – including workplace vaccinations

The recent outbreak of Swine Flu in the Hawke’s Bay which has left several people in ICU. This outbreak follows 2009’s H1N1 epidemic, which infected over 780,000 New Zealanders with the virus. The outbreak is a stark reminder that flu season...