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  1. Video for A holistic approach to supporting Māori with cancer
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    A holistic approach to supporting Māori with cancer

    When Rangi Mahuika was diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago she felt alone and that support for her through her time of need wasn't forthcoming. A friend suggested the Te Mauri cancer support group based at Lower Hutt's urban Kōkiri Marae. The group focuses on a holistic Māori model of care for cancer sufferers. 

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    Māori providers call for more authority, resources

    With four inquiries into the way the government interacts with families when uplifting children underway, Māori providers are calling for more authority to bring outcomes for their communities.

  3. Video for Raukawa-Tait calls for leadership, not another partnership
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    Raukawa-Tait calls for leadership, not another partnership

    The prime minister says partnerships are essential to better the way in which government interacts with whānau when uplifting children.  But Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency chairwoman Merepeka Raukawa-Tait says partnerships haven't worked in the past.

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    Māori unite in hui today to discuss inquiry into Oranga Tamariki

    Māori leaders from across Aotearoa are set to pour into Māngere today to attend a hui to discuss the inquiry into Oranga Tamariki and the practices of state removal of children.

  5. Video for ‘Tikanga before taking’ a focus of Māori-led Oranga Tamariki inquiry - Jackson  
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    ‘Tikanga before taking’ a focus of Māori-led Oranga Tamariki inquiry- Jackson  

    Waatea Marae chairman Willie Jackson says "tikanga before taking" will be a key focus of the Whānau Ora inquiry into Oranga Tamariki,  The inquiry is the only one of four that will be led by Māori investigating the uplifting process of Māori babies.

  6. Video for Māori-led project proposed for whānau of tamariki in State care
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    Māori-led project proposed for whānau of tamariki in State care

    Te Rito Foundation Family Services is a new Māori project proposing to deliver services for families of children in care and protection of Oranga Tamariki.  The establishment of a family centre in Auckland is part of the plan to ensure a better, more Māori-focused approach for whānau.  

  7. Video for Māori can have greater “hope” Oranga Tamariki is changing – Minister
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    Māori can have greater “hope” Oranga Tamariki is changing – Minister

    Oranga Tamariki Minister Tracey Martin says Māori can start to have a greater level of "hope" that her agency is changing.  This despite the number of Māori children being removed from families and into state care.

  8. Video for Whānau Ora needs to deliver on its $80mil budget - National
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    Whānau Ora needs to deliver on its $80mil budget- National

    Whānau Ora Minister Peeni Henare revealed today that his agency could get even more money in future government Budgets.  The announcement was made in front of the Māori Affairs Select Committee and it came as a shock to National's Whānau Ora spokesperson, who says Henare needs to focus on his current $80mil budget.  

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    Whānau Ora gets $80 million boost

    "This is the most significant boost to Whānau Ora since 2009" - John Tamihere, CEO of Te Whānau o Waipareira.

  10. Video for $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle
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    $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle

    A total of $133 million will focus on breaking the cycle of Māori re-offending and imprisonment, with an added Whānau Ora approach to reduce Māori prison numbers. A further $131 million will be spent to lift outcomes for people who interact with the justice system.      

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