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The power of kōrero

Our hearts were pumping furiously this week as our rangatahi took the virtual stage for Ngā Manu Kōrero 2021 competitions – and how proud were we not to have just one placing but two! We talk about the vaccination kai and korero clinics happening.
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E tū te pāhokahoka

The rainbow is a powerful symbol of hope after the rainstorm subsides. This week we see that hope coming through from the relentless work of Nga Kete Matauranga Pounamu; the inspiration of Whaea Molly Luke; the reo champion that is Ana Fa’au.
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Tama Ora; Whānau Ora

This week we share the framework for a new funding opportunity for Navigator Tinana and RUIA entities, Tama Ora. We pay a tribute to the healing hands of Te Aomihia in Dunedin. We share some of the findings from the PUNA funding.
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The world is closed for renovation

During lockdown people have been making bread; creating rongoa, and spending endless hours on zoom. There has been heroic activity across the motu in the vaccination space; and over 12,000 whānau members have been supported through the PUNA fund.
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Let us bake bread

“We may not be able to get certainty, but we can get probability; and half a loaf is better than no bread”. C. S Lewis.
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Whāia te iti kahurangi

  Whāia te iti kahurangi, ki te tuohu koe, me he maunga teitei Seek the treasure that you value most dearly, if you bow your head, let it be to a lofty mountain.  This week a fresh perspective on this whakataukī was shared…

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Amandla! Power to the People

    Amandla, Power to the People Just over thirty years ago, on the 6th August 1990, I packed my life into my car; said goodbye to Ōtautahi and drove to Whanganui-a-Tara to start a new era. I had been…

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Unplugged

    ‘You don’t need to climb a mountain to know that it’s high’ (Paulo Coelho) There is nothing quite as exhilirating to look out over the alpine ranges and see Papatūānuku stretching out beyond the horizon.   To see…

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The rain keeps on coming

    The incredible panoramic devastation as depicted by Keelan Walker showed us the impact of catastrophic flooding over the weekend. As torrential rain submerged the region, properties were cut off, and up to 900 families in Marlborough were evacuated. But…

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