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Te Whare O Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora

This whare in a quiet residential street in Thorndon, has operated as the headquarters of the Maori Women’s Welfare League since the early 1960s.

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Juniors rewarded for proud effort

One of the aims of the Maori Women’s Welfare League is promoting Maori women to achieve. And their representatives at the annual Te Waipounamu Maori Netball Tournament, staged in Kaikoura on September 28, did just that.

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MWWL pays tribute to the passing of Maureen Waaka

4 July 2013 Media Release NATIONAL LEAGUE PAYS TRIBUTE TO ICONIC WAHINE National President Kataraina O’Brien of Te Ropu Wahine Maori i Te Ora – the Maori Women’s Welfare League (MWWL) says news of Maureen Waaka’s passing prompted imagery of a stunning, diligent, graceful and iconic wahine that will be long imbedded in many people’s […]

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Nationwide hui for NGO Study Awards

ABOUT THE AWARDS & PRE APPLICATION WORKSHOPS Each study award has a maximum possible value of $33,244 (Inc. GST): • Students / tauira can receive help with their course fees of up to $3,500 per year and up to $10,500 in total over the duration of the award. • Employers can receive a contribution to […]

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The NGO Study Awards for social work qualification

THE NGO SOCIAL WORK STUDY AWARDS aim is to help support employees of NGOs who want to complete a social work qualification that meets the educational requirements for social work registration. The Pre-application workshops will explain more fully the information contained in the Applicant’s Information Booklet, and on our website,http://www.familyservices.govt.nz/working-with-us/programmes-services/connected-services/ngo-social-work-awards.html This site also provides an […]

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Maori names for North and South Islands

Making a submission for alternative Maori names for North and South Islands

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