Kōanga Kai – Aweko Kai

Jade Moana believes food insecurity is Aotearoa’s “gaping wound” and with people are queuing up for food parcels at an alarming rate, she is determined to do all she can to improve things for vulnerable whānau. 
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A brighter tomorrow

This week we reflect upon the power of second chances, and the importance that everyone be offered the same opportunity to grow. We hear from rangatahi about their memories of māra kai, learn about P.A.T.H and showcase a fabulous wānanga.
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Ka kōrero ahau i te reo Māori

This week we join the rest of the country in acknowledging Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori and the progress made over the past 50 years. We travel to Te Whanganui a Tara for a wānanga on emergency management, and celebrate the launch of Little Romax.
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Waikawa Shuttle

After returning to New Zealand after 14 years in Australia, David and Ruby Thomas are loving being home on their whenua and serving their community through Waikawa Shuttle.
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Te Kai a Te Rangatira

Te Kai a Te Rangatira is a kaupapa Māori initiative that is supporting Rakiura Māori to reconnect with their identity, culture and language.
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An end of an era

We send our aroha to all those affected by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Closer to home, our kaimahi travel throughout the motu to connect with our hapori and share mātauranga that will benefit us all.
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Language is Our Awakening

This week we encourage everyone to take up the challenge of Mahuru Māori, and to incorporate more te reo Māori into our conversations and to celebrate success in its many forms.
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Change is in the air

This week we are thinking about change and how it impacts our whānau, we acknowledge Daffodil Day and send our aroha to everyone affected by the floods in Te Tauihu.
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Wāhine Māori, make your health a priority!

Wāhine Māori, It is time to make your health a priority and book a cervical screening test today! If you're overdue for your smear, take this video as inspiration to make an appointment and get checked for you and your whānau.
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Telling the Whānau Ora story

This week we think about the meaning of partnership, and ways that we can spread the story of Whānau Ora to build more connections. We learn from the wisdom of māra kai expert Pounamu Skelton and we say farewell to our contract advisor Nathan Tau.
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