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    Saturday Whānau Movie

    Saturday Whānau Movies.

  2. Video for TAHUA 2018: Kaumātua caring for their uri
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    TAHUA 2018: Kaumātua caring for their uri

    Grandparents on a benefit raising grandchildren will get a helping hand in this budget with $104.9mil going towards a clothing allowance. But one grandmother says the help has come too late.

  3. News

    Children's Commissioner calls for revamp

    The Children's Commissioner is calling for a significant change and improvement in the way Family Group Conferences (FGCs) are conducted. Specific areas in need of development include the care and protection, youth justice, greater involvement of whānau, hapū and iwi groups.  

  4. Video for Units highlight whānau importance in mental health recovery
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    Units highlight whānau importance in mental health recovery

    Whānau now have a place to stay when visiting rangatahi receiving mental health support in Porirua.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Being a Dad Inside Prison
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    Native Affairs- Being a Dad Inside Prison

    Over 20,000 Kiwi kids have at least one parent serving time in New Zealand prisons.  Native Affairs was given exclusive access to a unique pilot programme being trialled inside the Northland Regional Prison in Ngāwhā, where fathers are being encouraged to be good dads.

  6. Video for New drop-in centre offers kai to needy in Rotorua
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    New drop-in centre offers kai to needy in Rotorua

    A new drop-in centre has opened in the heart of Rotorua City to provide free meals, clothing and social services to those in need. So far, the response has been overwhelming.

  7. Video for Code of conduct needed for vulnerable whānau – Housing Advocate
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    Code of conduct needed for vulnerable whānau – Housing Advocate

    A south Auckland housing advocate is calling for the introduction of a code of conduct for private landlords and more focus to be put on affordable housing.

  8. Video for Some whānau are falling between the gaps of service providers
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    Some whānau are falling between the gaps of service providers

    After a successful month with the Kōanga Festival, Te Pou Theatre in West Auckland decided to re-invest their humble profits back into the community.

  9. Video for Native Affairs – It’s meth or love
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    Native Affairs – It’s meth or love

    A UN global survey shows New Zealand is second only to Thailand on methamphetamine abuse. The drugs are regarded as a health hazard, causing loss of memory, premature decline of other mental facilities and linked to serious crime.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Where the whakapapa are you?
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    Native Affairs- Where the whakapapa are you?

    Hohepa Thompson is unapologetic about his work, especially his newest art exhibition titled ‘F#*k-a-Papa’

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