22/09/2021

What’s In A Name?

This term “what’s in a name” is attributed to William Shakespeare, and in Māori terms, names and words are meaningful and have impact. There is a […]
17/08/2021

Register Your Tamariki And Keep Them Warm In This Winter Pack

Parents or guardians you can register your three and four-year-olds now on our free Engaging Priority Families service to prepare them for kura. Plus keep them cosy […]
11/08/2021

WAPAREIRA WELL REPRESENTED AT 2021 BEST AWARDS.

Congratulations and good luck to our Wai-Creative Team for making it to the finals of the 2021 Best Awards. The Best Design Awards celebrate excellence in […]
23/07/2021

Judith, Talk To Us Not About Us

Judith Collins has spent a lot of money and effort in defining a national debate. A debate commenced while she was a senior Cabinet Minister. A […]
16/07/2021

Ana Tangata: A Waipareira Pilot Making A Real Difference For Tane

Fifteen tane graduated from a pilot programme at Te Whānau O Waipareira called Ana Tangata, a period of time that has completely changed their lives thanks […]
20/05/2021

John Tamihere Applauds New Māori Targeted Money In 2021 Budget.

New money targeting Māori housing and Māori health has been welcomed by Waipareira CEO John Tamihere. He said the $730 million for Māori Housing and the […]
18/05/2021

Racism – Kiwi-Style

It is fair to say that racism in New Zealand is not as crude and as brutal as that which plays out on indigenous communities in […]
23/04/2021

Congratulations To Our Wai-Tech Diploma Graduates

        Congratulations to some of our kaimahi who graduated today in Rotorua with their tohu – Diploma of Whānau Ora. To see our […]