Author: Toni Pivac

In early March Toi Tangata brought a Systems Science wānanga to Waikato, presented by Dr Ihirangi Heke, Dr Nina Scott, Chae Simpson and Diana Neru. The one day introductory workshop aimed to support and uplift the Waikato health promotion workforce by providing participants with the...

In March, Toi Tangata Chief Executive, Megan Tunks attended Te Putahitanga annual Whanau Ora Symposium.  Te Putahitanga is the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency for Te Waipounamu. Here’s her take on it. I love attending these symposiums, to listen to the presentations from a range of Whanau...

We have recently welcomed Layla Lyndon Tonga to the Toi Tangata whanau. Layla will be helping out with the Ol@ Or@ project that we are delivering alongside the National Health Science Challenge within the University of Auckland.   Layla’s skills, knowledge and experience coupled with leadership...

We have moved out of the busy city centre to our new Northwest Mall site located at 8/48 Maki Street, Westgate.  These are exciting times for the team as we all acclimatise to our new environment and neighbourhood. Thanks to Kora Kitchens for installing our...

Growing the Puna is part of our workforce development mahi and provides the opportunity to connect tauira who have a passion to work in Māori health, with the mahi that is happening within the Māori public health, nutrition and physical activity. Regardless of which tertiary...

With the change of season upon us these wonderful dumplings are a simple and friendly weeknight dinner that can be made in the weekend. These dumplings are easily converted for the meat eater or vegetarian alike...