Banks Peninsula in Canterbury

Pukeatua and Dyers Pass, Ōrongomai and Cass Peak, Tapuwaeharuru and Evans Pass – te reo Māori names have been reinstated for 13 places on Te Pātaka-o-Rākaihautū/Banks Peninsula.The te reo names have been officially restored and have the same legal status as their Euro...
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with criminal justice system - survey

Māori, Pacific and Chinese New Zealanders are less likely than others to feel their values are in alignment with criminal justice system, according to a survey out today.The Ministry of Justice has released its Social Wellbeing and Perceptions of the Criminal Justice S...
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a language revitalisation tool

OPINION: Did you know that in Aotearoa we have three daily national news services in te reo Māori? Āe, e toru ngā ratonga pūrongo.They’re all funded by the state under various Treaty of Waitangi obligations.On television, there’s Te Karere, the koroua or granddaddy t...
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it’s our backbones you walk across

By Precious ClarkOPINION: In the 1800s, my seven-times great grandfather Apihai Te Kawau was a bridge between our people and the newly arrived Pākehā. He was one of the forefathers of Auckland City, yet you've probably never heard of him. I invite you to ask yourself,...
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The systemic nature of these problems ....

Oranga Tamariki's refusal to acknowledge systemic issues within the organisation is intolerable, writes social worker and social work researcher John DarrochRecently Newsroom published an article based on interviews with practising social workers who described...
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Taken by the State

Since publication of Newsroom’s extensive investigation into serious issues at Oranga Tamariki, our inbox has been flooded with stories from more current and former employees. In less than 48 hours after Newsroom’s in-depth inquiry into the children's mini...
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'....it would help us with our overall wellbeing and health’.”

Today Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga student Hana Rawhiti Maipi-Clarke launches her new book at her school in Huntly.The book, Maahina, encourages rangatahi to take an interest in the stars and the moon to heal themselves.“I wanted rangatahi Māori to become more...
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“.... I see it as an award for my whole team and the work we do together,” Maeva says.

Waitematā District Health Board Māori Nurse of the Year Chloe Maeva didn't let a worldwide pandemic, motherhood, study or being pregnant get in the way of her work and commitment to Māori mental health.Maeva was presented with a korowai for the award by the board today du...
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Prominent Māori wahine have again called for the chief executive and minister of Oranga Tamariki to step down.This comes despite the decrease in the number of Māori children going into state care over the past nine months.Link to video: https://www.teaomaori...
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Working Group:

Photo (left to right) Diane Garrett RSW, Principal Policy Advisor SWRB, Paul’e Ruwhiu RSW, Lecturer Massey University Auckland; Kieran O’Donoghue RSW, Associate Professor Massey University; Graham Warren Kaumatua SWRB; Shannon Pakura RSW, SWRB Chair & Māori Service Deve...
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