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A Full Moon

This week we look to the inspiration of a full moon to shine light on some of the developments across Te Waipounamu – such as Securing the mauri of Moawhitu; a visit to Korimako Gardens; and Tauira o Te Ahumahi Wūru.
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Not While I’m Around

This week we join the chorus in congratulating Tia Potae who won the primary industries award at the New Zealand Women of Influence awards. We also check in on the progress with Wave 16 and get an update from Te Ahi Wairua o Kaikōura.
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The Formula for Harmony

This week we reflect on the meaning of tradition and rituals as we celebrated the Chinese New Year. We also take a look at some Kōanga Kai initiatives happening down south in Hokonui and Waihao, where whānau are gathering the treasures of spring.
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Waiora – the waters of life

This week we reflect on the increasing need to strengthen our mauri and waiora in the face of Omicron; we look forward to the reopening of Te Kīwai and celebrate a new arrival with our Wave entity Kai & Kutz.
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Project Joy

This week we focus on finding moments of joy amongst the uncertainty of Omicron, connecting with whānau at Wave 16 workshops, touring Kōanga Kai māra and visiting with the team at Māui Studios.
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Finding the treasure

This week we reflect on the perspective of our tamariki; we prepare for Wave 16 and celebrate our Tama Ora kaupapa; we come together for a team BBQ; Hawaiki Kura delivers Pita Ora in Te Tau Ihu, and Warrior Princess runs a holiday programme in Temuka
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December: A time of reflection

It’s not what’s under the Christmas tree that matters: it’s who’s around it. This week we reflect, celebrate and look into our past through the eyes of an artist as we draw closer to the end of the year.
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Driving out the darkness

This week that hope is galvanised through the celebration of 40 graduates of the Certificate and Diploma in Whānau Ora (Tipu Ora); we are inspired by the remarkable achievements of the semi-finalists announced for the New Zealanders of the Year...
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Te Kairangi

This week, the mana of whakapapa was truly shining through in the example of leadership and strength represented in two young women who were part of the cohort of winners in the Waitaha competitions this year...
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Ngā Manu Tīoriori

There is an air of optimism around Te Waipounamu as the birds sing in spring delight; the gardens are flourishing in Rāpaki; Hawaiki Kura hosted a room full of funders and influencers; waka ama is the winner in Wairau and in Te Anau and Kwik Kai.
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