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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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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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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Huikai Creations

An unexpected journey into the world of candles! Huikai Creations was born from the simple joy of Ngaire and her tamariki experimenting with a DIY kit. Now, their home garage has become the maker station as the pakihi grows.
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Four One Seven ORA

Four One Seven ORA provide a range Rongoā Māori services, carefully handmade with aroha to help improve wellbeing and heal ongoing mamae of the body and mind.
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Whakaraupō Carving Centre

When the Covid-19 pandemic struck in 2020, Ōhinehou-based Whakaraupō Carving Centre was unable to fulfil the demand for its whakairo toi classes, so they decided to develop an online course.
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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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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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Papuni Boxing Ōtautahi

Encompassing more than the physical side of the sport, Papuni Boxing aims to support rangatahi in an environment where they learn key values and life skills that will enable them to take care of their own physical and mental health and wellbeing.
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Kiwi Kai Nelson

It’s been a long road of taking risks and developing new ideas for Reni Wereta-Gargiulo but thanks to Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu WAVE funding, she has been able to develop Kiwi Kai Nelson into the successful parent company that it is today.
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