Be prepared for anything

Over the past week, our thoughts have inevitably turned to Tāmaki Makaurau, and to the many whānau and hapori who have been affected by the extreme weather and flooding.
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Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu welcomes stability amid Cabinet reshuffle

The head of the South Island’s Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency says the new Cabinet announced by Prime Minister Chris Hipkins yesterday is good news for Māori.
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A new year and new opportunities

We are filled with a sense of opportunity and potential. Not only is it the beginning of a new calendar year, it is also the beginning of application periods for two of our most significant funds – Wave and Tai Neke Tai Ora.
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Telling our own stories

This week our kaimahi are busy with events across the motu: hosting Hon Marama Davidson at Te Whenua Taurikura, attending He Waka Eke Noa, catching up with our Mauri Hiko champions and Kōanga Kai entities and taking in the Jolt dance performance.
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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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