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Effective parenting programmes can reduce risk of child maltreatment

Effective parenting programmes can reduce risk of child maltreatment.

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Northland whānau get access to financial advice

Northland whānau get access to financial advice by completing a pilot financial literacy training programme.

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Kaupapa Māori wellbeing framework

The Clearinghouse has today released Issues Paper 6, Kaupapa Māori wellbeing framework: The basis for whānau violence prevention and intervention by Terry Dobbs and Moana Eruera.

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Social housing changes confirmed for 14 April 2014

From 14 April 2014, some of the services currently delivered by Housing
New Zealand will be delivered by the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).

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Launch of Te Ra o Te Waka Hourua

A Strategic Research Agenda for Māori and Pacific Suicide Prevention was launched today at a Māori Leadership Forum in Wellington by Trish Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Te Rau Matatini.

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Wahine Maori a winner in Dubai!

Wahine Maori, Rhonda Kite has been recognised for innovative use of technology at the Gulf Educational Supplier & Solutions (GESS) Exhibition in Dubai.

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MWWL supports ‘Inspiring Change’ theme for International Women’s Day

MWWL supports ‘Inspiring Change’ theme for International Women’s Day

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Exploring body size in Maori and Pasifika women

A new study by Massey University researchers is exploring the profiles of hundreds of Maori and Pasifika women of all shapes and sizes, as Maori and Pacific Island women don’t necessarily fit the confines indicated by BMI.

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Riddet agreement aims to boost Māori primary produce

The Federation of Māori Authorities and the Massey University-led Riddet Institute have signed an agreement aimed at providing distinctiveness and added value to Māori primary produce.

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NZ ‘not doing enough’ to stop poverty, violence

The Government isn’t doing enough to combat the issues of child poverty and domestic violence the Salvation Army says, following its state of the nation report.

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