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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

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 […]