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    Waipareira releases Māori health and social service journal

    Te Whānau O Waipareira has released a Journal that showcases a range of Māori health and social service approaches.  Te Kura Nui O Waipareira is the first issue of what will be an annual publication that aims to highlight a diverse range of contributions from those working across areas within Whānau Ora provision.

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    Tāmaki Māori organisations band together to benefit whānau

    A new collective of Tāmaki Makaurau-based Iwi, Urban Māori Authorities and Māori Health & Social Services providers have been organised to provide Māori Social Services with a Māori approach to achieving whānau outcomes.

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    New data to help address Māori mental health in West Auckland

    Te Whānau o Waipareira has new research and data to help address the high rates of poor mental health among Māori in West Auckland. The lead research director Dr. Tanya Allport says the focus should be evidential based not just 'Kaupapa Māori'. 

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    Report highlights services for West Auckland youth a huge priority

    Report finds Waipareira's Whānau Centre is catering to frequent users of hospital emergency departments and mental health services.

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    Kings, Aaradhna, Katchafire and Black Slate elevates Waitangi celebrations

    Waipareira Trust had the honour of hosting both leaders of the National and Labour parties at Hoani Waititi Marae for the fourth annual Waitangi event at the marae.

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    Te Whānau o Waipareira create alternative sports platform for youth

    Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust have created 'Tū Kaha' as a platform for those who have missed out on regional teams. More than 80 teams took part in the rugby league, netball and basketball sports day.

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    Respective reports delve into wellbeing of urban Māori

    Wai-Research today launched two important publications that look into Māori child wellbeing and the widening gaps in Māori Mental Health. It has also been announced that Emeritus Professor Sir Mason Durie as Pou of the research unit. 

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    Plans for first Marae in Australia underway

    A group of Māori leaders from Australia are in NZ to further develop a strategy to build an urban marae in Melbourne, a first in Australia. They hope the marae, once built, will provide a hub for Māori living across the ditch to reconnect with their culture, address social issues and build a community for those away from home.

  9. John Tamihere appointed to Māori Television Board

    Urban Māori advocate and former Cabinet Minister Hon John Tamihere has been appointed to the Board of Māori Television.

  10. Video for Hei Manaaki Ngā Kaumātua Charitable Trust to help Auckland elderly
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    Hei Manaaki Ngā Kaumātua Charitable Trust to help Auckland elderly

    Hei Manaaki Ngā Kaumātua Charitable Trust in Waipareira called together elderly groups and supporters from the Auckland region to discuss issues and concerns, such as health and well-being and housing is also a concern for many elderly.

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