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 […]
05/09/2018

At ‘home’ with Waipareira Urban Māori whānau – Taylor Johnston

  For Taylor Johnston, the idea of where to call ‘home’ has been somewhat tricky. The twenty-two year old anthropology student, originally born in New Zealand, […]
06/06/2018

‘You’re here to be powerful’ – Groups make Dragons’ Den-style pitches for Whanau Ora funds to run social programmes

A programme, funded by Whanau Ora, has professional MMA fighter John Vake teaching Kelston Boys’ High School students the basics of the sport – by having […]
01/06/2018

Waipareira launches Winter Campaign

Te Whānau o Waipareira is calling on the Government to take over the after-hour’s medical service. Launching its Winter Campaign today, Waipareira CEO John Tamihere said […]
28/05/2018

Youngatira: A Film Festival By Our Future Rangatira

“Film and Social Media are seen as the future. For our rangatahi, they understand this is the world they live in.” – Youngatira Mentor, Jana Nee […]
28/02/2018

Waipareira AGM Results 2018

Waipareira thanks Clint Rickards Waipareira chair Ray Hall has acknowledged and thanked outgoing board member Clint Rickards for his service to the west Auckland whānau. At […]
27/02/2018

Urban Māori The Second Great Migration Launched in Parliament Today

Urban Māori The Second Great Migration Bradford Haami Today in parliament Hon.Willie Jackson, Minister for Employment and Associate Minister for Māori Development sponsors the book launch […]