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ANA has recently released an engagement tool kit; a collection of practical tools designed as a starting point for those beginning a journey of engagement and collaboration. The tool kit provides evidence, structure, guidance, ideas and further reading that may enhance your ability to find...

Hosted by Royal Society Te Apārangi, the achievements and contributions of innovators, kairangahau Māori, researchers and scholars were recognised at this year's Research Honours Aotearoa at the Dunedin Town Hall in Ōtepoti, Dunedin on Rapare 17 Whiringa-ā-nuku. Dr Lisa Te Morenga (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, Te...

Māori systems return is a term used by Healthy Families New Zealand to explain the return of Māori models of practice into contemporary contexts and how they are being integrated with existing systems.  The Healthy Families Rotorua team shared their insights into what allows this kaupapa...

Makes 10-12 Pork Belly 2 cloves garlic, crushed1 red chilli, chopped finely½ tsp cumin1 tbsp oil½ tsp salt¼ cup lemon juice750g piece pork belly How to serve 1 packet of corn tortillas Extra coriander to garnish For tomato salsa Combine 2 chopped tomatoes, ¼ red onion sliced, 2...

Homemade granola can be a healthy, comforting, and tasty treat. Most of the store-bought stuff is high in sugar though, so try this sugar free version! Ingredients 1/2 cup mixed nuts1 cup sunflower1 cup pumpkin seeds⅛ cup linseed ⅛ cup chia seeds ⅛ cup sesame seeds 1 and...

Tēnā koutou katoa ngā kaiwhakaora e te iwi Māori! Ko Renei Ngawati tōku ingoa. He uri no Ngāti Hine me Ngāti Porou. Just popping in to mihi to everyone as a new team member to Toi Tangata. Exciting! I’m super stoked to be part of the...

Here at Toi Tangata we love hearing about the positive kaupapa that hāpori, Iwi, hapū and whānau are implementing. We commend Tūnohopū Marae, in Rotorua, for stepping up and adopting a fizzy drink and plastic bottle ban on their marae.  Theleadership of Tūnohopū Marae of Ohinemutu,...