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Believing in whānau; investing in whānau; being inspired by whānau

In this week’s Blog we take a closer look at the theme for this month’s Whānau Ora 2023 Symposium in Ōtautahi, check in with the team after Stop training last week, and highlight events coming up across the motu.
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Tēnei te Pō! Tēnei te Ao!

Dates are marked in calendars, speakers are locked in, venues are confirmed and importantly, the kai is in hand; after a year’s absence, we were excited this week to be able announce the dates for Whānau Ora Symposium 2023.
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A balancing act

It is often a delicate path we walk in trying to safeguard and maintain our traditional customs and mātauranga in a digital world.
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The heart of Whānau Ora in Te Waipounamu

This week I navigated the weather and Ka Tiritiri-o-te-Moana to meet with partners in Te Tai Poutini and Te Tauihu.
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E kore te matau e rawe ki te moana takai ai, engari anō a uta

This week I have been thinking about the ripple effects of major events like the pandemic, the flooding in the north, and of course our own experiences here in Ōtautahi during the earthquakes.
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Haere pai atu, kōrua

We spend about a third of our life at work, so it makes sense that often our colleagues feel like whānau.
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Nau mai te tau hōu Māori

Mānawatia a Matariki. Ka rere ngā purapura a Matariki – the seeds of Matariki are falling.
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Te Ngau o Makariri

With Matariki nearing, we look at what this time of year means for different whānau and organisations and reflect on some of the events happening at this time of year which showcase Māori amazingness.
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Ka aroha hoki

This week, we acknowledge the passing of two exceptional wāhine, both of whom were exemplars of the Whānau Ora way.
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Matariki hunga nui – Matariki, the gatherer of people

With Whiro, the new moon, now upon us, preparations for Matariki are well underway and this week it has been a pleasure to receive invitations to events across the motu.
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