Kawepūrongo

Prue Kapua wins top MWWL role

This month’s general election wasn’t the only poll being watched closely by Maori. For many wahine, a more important contest was who would be the new president of the Maori Women’s Welfare League. The one they picked to replace retiring president Kaa O’Brien was Auckland lawyer Prue Kapua. Despite being the long term partner of […]

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Maori Women’s Welfare League annual conference held in Tauranga

‘Stand Strong with Ease’ is the theme of the Maori Women’s Welfare League’s annual conference this year. This morning, the many groups affiliated to the nine main branches were welcomed to the ASB Stadium in Tauranga, looking at ways to make life better and more fulfilling for Maori woman and their families across the country. […]

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Tauranga hosts national hui

The theme this year is ‘Kia mau, kia ngawari’ which can translate to ‘stand fast to wisdom, gentleness, strength and humility’.

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The Dream Neighbour

87 year old Alice Ratu ( Ngati Kuri, Te Aupouri) lifelong resident of Te Kao, mother of seven and Nana to many, shows no sign of slowing down.

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League Partners with Museum for Major Exhibition

League Partners with Museum for Major Exhibition.

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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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