Kaumātua Matariki Lunch

For over ten years, the kaumātua lunches hosted by Te Puna Oranga have been a highlight on the social calendars for Ōtautahi kaumātua.
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E kore te matau e rawe ki te moana takai ai, engari anō a uta

This week I have been thinking about the ripple effects of major events like the pandemic, the flooding in the north, and of course our own experiences here in Ōtautahi during the earthquakes.
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Haere pai atu, kōrua

We spend about a third of our life at work, so it makes sense that often our colleagues feel like whānau.
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Nau mai te tau hōu Māori

Mānawatia a Matariki. Ka rere ngā purapura a Matariki – the seeds of Matariki are falling.
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Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu welcomes new directors to GPL

Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island, has today announced two new appointments to its General Partnership Ltd Board.
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Te Ngau o Makariri

With Matariki nearing, we look at what this time of year means for different whānau and organisations and reflect on some of the events happening at this time of year which showcase Māori amazingness.
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Ka aroha hoki

This week, we acknowledge the passing of two exceptional wāhine, both of whom were exemplars of the Whānau Ora way.
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Matariki hunga nui – Matariki, the gatherer of people

With Whiro, the new moon, now upon us, preparations for Matariki are well underway and this week it has been a pleasure to receive invitations to events across the motu.
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Taking the time to prepare

The clear skies of Te Waipounamu this week brought some chilly temperatures from north to south, but they also gave me a good reason to stop, look up, and think about Matariki and the year ahead.
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Rongoā healing – Māmā Gee

Gina Malcolm (Māmā Gee) is encouraging whānau to intuitively seek out their pathway for rongoā healing and become the best they can be.
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Nā te pūtea tautoko

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