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Finding strength in our communities

This week we reflect on the loss of Matua Terry Ryan, a stalwart member of our hapori, and the lessons we can take from his life.
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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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Finding time for the important things

This week we reflect on time and how best to manage it to look after ourselves and one another. We visit Bluff for an amazing rangatahi event, Te Tauihu for Tū Pono kaupapa and celebrate our kaimahi.
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Big changes start with small steps

This week we reflect on the nature of innovation, and the importance that everyone is encouraged to think about ways to improve their lives. We visit Te Whanganui a Tara, Whakatū, Queenstown and Ōtautahi, and we celebrate a graduation.
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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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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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