Tohu Hiranga Excellence and Innovation Awards 2014
The Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the applications for the Tohu Hiranga Awards 2014. These Awards acknowledge excellence and innovation, and Maori Leadership in the Mental Health and Addiction sectors. Importantly, these Awards recognise the need to ...Continue Reading...
City to forest ‘share with care’ cycling pathway under construction along Fenton Street
Works are currently underway on a new ‘share with care’ pathway for cyclists and pedestrians along a major stretch of Fenton Street. The Rotorua District Council (RDC) project will offer cyclists a safe off-road link from the inner city (from Amohou/Fenton streets intersection) all the way to ...Continue Reading...
Spring Jam – Cordae Marsh Leukaemia Fundraiser, Paeroa
This gig will be amazing!! SOME OF THE MASSIVE LINE-UP THAT WILL BE APPEARING AT CORDAE MARSH FUNDRAISER, PAEROA THIS SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2013…..10AM TIL 6PM.…………..PAEROA DOMAIN…TICKETS AVAILABLE ON ...Continue Reading...
Upcoming Whai Rawa Roadshows
We’d like to catch up with you as we travel around the country to talk with wh?nau about Whai Rawa, financial education, and our grant programmes. See below to find out where we are going in September, or contact us to arrange a visit to your area. Palmerston North Wednesday 18th Sept 12:00 ...Continue Reading...
Maori woman refused entry to bath due to traditional tattoos
A public bath facility in Eniwa, Hokkaido, refused entry to a Maori woman from New Zealand due to her face tattoos, a facility official said Thursday. The Maori language lecturer, 60, has the tattoos, called ta moko, worn traditionally by some indigenous New Zealanders, on her lips and chin. ...Continue Reading...
Study into health disparities for young Maori women & babies
Study into health disparities for young Maori women and their babies from a Kaupapa Maori Research paradigm The reclamation of academic research by, with and for Maori is the focus of a study into inequalities in the country’s health system undertaken by seven Wellington-based health ...Continue Reading...
Te Teko says no to new liquor store
People of Te Teko: your voices have been heard. Yesterday, it was confirmed the owners of the Te Teko Suppa Market had abandoned plans to open a liquor store next door. About 200 people lodged objections to Texas Liquor’s application for a liquor licence, issuing a clear message to the company ...Continue Reading...
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