The Minister for Whānau Ora, Peeni Henare, says the localised commissioning approach will help reimagine Whānau Ora.
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Māori educationalist Toni Waho farewelled by TKKM o Mana Tamariki
Te Mana Tamariki students of Toni Waho farewell their founding principal.
Māori matrix used as a guide for mainstream school
A Palmerston North mainstream school has taken the cultural matrix for Māori organisations, Te Whiringawhā, and has incorporated those principles into running the school.
Cafe-Jacko uses lockdown to inspire fresh start
Local Palmerston North Māori cafe owner, Jacko Stephens, has been serving up cafe favourites to the local community for the past 10 years.
Māori Battalion Hall sadly empty for ANZAC
Today will be one of the first times in a long time that the Māori Battalion Hall in Palmerston North is empty on ANZAC Day.
Tanenuiarangi Marae sets up drive-through COVID-19 testing station
The idea of having the testing stationed on the marae is to entice more Māori to get tested and while it's the last week of lockdown, CEO Danielle Harris says its better late than never.
NZDF work with Manawatū iwi to distribute food parcels
To Manawatū now where local iwi alliance, Te Tihi o Ruahine joined forces with the NZDF this week to help more than 2,500 families receive care packages.
80th anniversary of day Māori Battalion first assembled
Today marks the 80th anniversary of when the Māori Battalion first assembled in 1940 in Palmerston North. Ngāti Kauwhata descendant Hinemoana Durie says the history of the Māori Battalion remains an important part of the community.
Māori mayoral hopeful says NZ history lessons could stamp out racism
Palmerston North mayoral candidate Teanau Tuiono (Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Takoto) welcomes the Government's announcement to teach NZ history in schools, stating that it'll go a long way to stamp out racism in the city.
Tiana Rongokea hitting her targets
Tiana Rongokea is one of a number of young Māori competitors at the NZ Archery Nationals in Ōtara.