The latest concerning Te Arawa Whānau Ora.
We aim to select news items that impact on our whānau and our mahi in the community.
Piki Thomas receives Minister of Health Volunteer Award
A Tribute to Talei
COVID-19 Testing Continues – Waitetī Marae
TĀHEKE MARAE RECEIVE WHĀNAU FOR COVID-19 TESTING
TE ARAWA WHĀNAU ORA URGE IWI TO TAKE LEAD
Community looking after each other during Covid-19
Te Arawa Whānau Ora CEO, Lorraine Hetaraka, and project manager Hinemoa Wetere, visited Kaingaroa last week where the entire village is undergoing a transformation.
Hand sanitiser delivered to kura kaupapa
Hygiene packs to be distributed until mid-June
We thank all our staff, volunteers and funders for helping to support our whānau during this time.
Hygiene packs continue to be distributed
Department of Conservation volunteers are amongst some of the volunteers who help pack for the Waiariki region
A second shipment of products to be made into hygiene packs for high-needs whānau arrived this week and is currently being packed and distributed.
Covid-19 response – Whānau Direct Funding
Whānau Direct funding is available for all whānau in need and affected by Covid-19 who reside in the Te Arawa rohe.
MEDIA RELEASE: Oranga Tamariki abuse power to punish Māori
Fourteen armed police were used by Oranga Tamariki to uplift a five-month-old Māori baby from a mum, a new report has revealed.
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