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    "Maara Oranga" project aims to improve whānau health

    Twelve whānau will participate in a new garden project aimed at improving whānau health.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – State of Care - Part 1

    Native Affairs – State of Care- Part 1

    On Thursday last week the latest review into Child, Youth and Family revealed more damning statistics on the state of our kids in care, and a lack of consistent capability to work successfully with Māori to improve their lives.

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    Māori communities must be part of solution to tamariki in State care

    Māori Party co-leader, Marama Fox says whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori communities need to be part of the solution when addressing the horrifying reality for children in State care. 

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    Taura Whiri i te Reo team up with Plunket for Māori Language Week 2015

    For Māori Language Week 2015, Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (Māori Language Commission) and Plunket have partnered up in support of this year’s theme, “Whāngaihia te reo ki ngā mātua” – Nurture the Language in Parents.

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    Whānau hit the road to heal issues of suicide

    Five Māori families affected by suicide are participating in a unique project in which they will travel on a bus from marae to marae starting in Taranaki and ending in Cape Reinga.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - CYFS Review

    Native Affairs- CYFS Review

    The Minister for Social Development recently announced a comprehensive review of Child, Youth and Family.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Home For Life? - Part 1

    Native Affairs- Home For Life?- Part 1

    The Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act stipulate that Māori children in state care should be given to carers from the same hapū and iwi. 

  8. Video for Computers at Home initiative benefit Māori whānau

    Computers at Home initiative benefit Māori whānau

    "Computers at Home" is the first free computing course in Papakura for Māori families of its kind and on top of being equipped with the skills needed to work a computer, students also get their own computer to take home upon graduation.

  9. Morgan Whānau travel the world - Photo / morgansgotravelling.com

    Māori whānau sell up to travel the world

    One Māori whānau has gone the extra mile in documenting their one-year voyage around the world.

  10. Video for Granddaughter remembers koro at Taranaki apology

    Granddaughter remembers koro at Taranaki apology

    During the late 1800s, around 400 Taranaki people were unlawfully incarcerated and exiled to the South Island by Crown forces. 

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