07/06/2019

Waipareira congratulated for commitment to improving housing in Auckland

Minister for Māori Development and Associate Minister of Housing Hon Nanaia Mahuta congratulated two community organisations, Te Whanau o Waipareira and Te Hononga o Tamaki me […]
30/05/2019

Dame Tariana Turia: Don’t understand kaupapa Māori? Either learn or step aside

Māori are looking to the Wellbeing Budget to increase targeted funding for initiatives like Whānau Ora, a system that, according to its architect, still hasn’t reached its […]
15/05/2019

Project Transforms Housing for West Auckland Whānau

Te Whare Oranga project is improving the quality of housing for dozens of whānau in West Auckland. The pilot programme is run by Te Whānau o […]
10/04/2019

Social Impact Hub to Meet Global Public & Private Sector Need

A new social impact hub Wai-Atamai, has been launched in West Auckland. Born out of the social movement of Te Whānau o Waipareira, Wai-Atamai aims to consult […]
05/04/2019

Tamariki to benefit from literacy and numeracy programme

A pilot programme will address the literacy and numeracy needs of children in West and South Auckland. The service targets Māori children but is open to […]
13/02/2019

Working for Waipareira, an insightful journey

My name is Ngakopa Roberts, I am an 18 year old student who just graduated from Auckland Girls Grammar School. I have grown up in Auckland […]
18/10/2018

Whānau Ora: Growing healthy by Māori, for Māori

“The point we’re making to this tribunal is our people have a right to self-determination and self-management. The difference between a Māori kaimahi working in one […]
26/09/2018

Auckland’s homeless census and Western Initiative will achieve little – Tamihere

No doubt a major article will be forwarded from council to Stuff in regards to the latest charm offensive by the city. As you will know, mayor Phil […]