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    Social supermarket opens in Whangārei

    The 155 Whare Āwhina community house in Whangārei has teamed up with Foodstuffs to open a social supermarket.

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    21-year journey of three Māori in the 21st century shown in new doco series

    A documentary series that followed three Māori born in 2000 who were revisited every seven years as they grew up and then finally at 21 aired on Whakaata Māori last night.

  3. Video for ACC funding for Ngākau Oho makes local indigenous Māori health services more accessible
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    ACC funding for Ngākau Oho makes local indigenous Māori health services more accessible

    Ngākau Oho is a whānau-centred health programme developed to support injury recovery through rongoā Māori, the customary Māori ways of healing, is one of five groups to receive $100,000 funding fro

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    Empowering parents to build awesome whānau

    Whānau in Te Tai Rāwhiti celebrated their newest Building Awesome Whānau graduates this week.

  5. Video for The Fono Trust expands health access for Pasifika in Mt Wellington
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    The Fono Trust expands health access for Pasifika in Mt Wellington

    The Fono Trust, a charitable health and social services trust, is making its services more accessible to Pasifika communities across Auckland with the opening of a new regional office in Mt.

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    'We need to be upfront, whānau are battling'

    Source / Bay of Plenty Times

  7. Video for Twin Harmony recognised for mahi to end family violence
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    Twin Harmony recognised for mahi to end family violence

    Warning: this story discusses themes of family violence. Discretion is advised.

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    Te Puea Marae hopes to transform approach to transitional housing

    Photo / Supplied Te Puea Marae is setting a new standard of delivery in transitional housing.

  9. Video for Giving adopted tamariki Māori opportunity to reclaim identity
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    Giving adopted tamariki Māori opportunity to reclaim identity

    The government is seeking feedback on proposed reforms to the adoption system. The current laws are almost 70 years old.

  10. Video for Rheumatic fever link to poverty shows system change needed - researcher
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    Rheumatic fever link to poverty shows system change needed- researcher

    University of Otago-led research has uncovered strong evidence that household overcrowding is a major risk factor for acute rheumatic fever and streptococcal infections of the skin.

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