Tīmata Technologies – Fresh, kiwi meals, delivered to your door!

Tīmata Technologies has launched an app so that users can purchase affordable meals for delivery from the comfort of their home.
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Waitangi Day 2024: In pursuit of kotahitanga

It has been 184 years since Te Tiriti o Waitangi was first signed in Waitangi on February 6, 1840. When it was signed, it was done so in the spirit of unity and partnership.
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WAVE social impact investment set to make a difference for hundreds more whānau in Te Waipounamu

A pioneering social impact investment fund supporting Māori businesses and initiatives in the South Island is calling for applications for its 18th funding round.
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Tonoa mai ināianei!

E te iwi, we are excited to let you know that WAVE 18, our flagship social innovation fund, and Tai Neke, Tai Ora are now open!
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‘Let aroha drive the mahi’

New partnerships forged, the ‘aroha economy’; as we head into the holidays, it is timely to remember that, in our communities, we can be the difference.
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Our mokopuna are our everything

This week we highlight the incredible network of Mokopuna Ora Connectors spread throughout Te Waipounamu, take a trip to Rakiura, spend some time on the water with Te Waka Pounamu and take a look at what’s growing in the māra kai at Omaka Marae.
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Te Puna Reo o Te Ahi Kaikōura a Tama ki te Rangi

Te Puna Reo o Te Ahi Kaikōura a Tama ki te Rangi is a new puna reo; a kaupapa Māori early learning centre that has recently opened there doors to all whānau in Kaikōura, situated on the grounds of Hāpuku school.
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Rangatahi Toa – The New Generation of Boxers

Papuni Boxing Ōtautahi recently held the Rangatahi Toa boxing event to introduce a new generation of boxers.
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Mokopuna Ora

Mokopuna Ora is one of the cornerstone programmes of Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, a whānau-led, whānau-centred approach that supports parents with tamariki under the age of five.
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Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa

I start the week reminded of this whakataukī, Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa, which speaks to the importance of connection, of staying connected, and of maintaining dialogue so that, together, we can continue to move forward.
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