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[caption id="attachment_18634" align="aligncenter" width="480"] From left to right: Wikitoria Pirihi, Malia Eyles and Beaudine Tahau participating in a workshop run by Riria McDonald and Wikitoria Pirihi on mahi raranga in a Pūtaiao context. Photo credit Ako Panuku[/caption] Ako Panuku hosts an annual Hui ā Tau and this...

He Pī Ka Rere, the kaupapa Māori physical activity and nutrition approach which nurtures and develops the whole being of a tamaiti, is gaining traction and proving hugely popular. The programme has been on the road again, with Toi Tangata Kaiārahi, Darrio Penetito-Hemara hosting the...

Toi Tangata hosted the hugely popular Maramataka in the Workplace Wānanga in August at the Unitec marae. Maramataka is the traditional Māori lunar calendar which acts as a guide for reading the various phases of the moon and its influence on the natural environment. The wānanga...

The Public Health Association is pleased to invite nominations for this year's Public Health Champion Awards. Public Health Champion Award The purpose of the PHA's Public Health Champion Award is to recognise and profile the outstanding contribution by an individual to public health. The criteria for the award...

BREASTFEEDING: Foundation of Life "In a world filled with inequality, crises and poverty, breastfeeding is the foundation of lifelong good health for babies and mothers." Celebrate WORLD BREASTFEEDING WEEK (WBW) 1-7 August 2018! The theme this year is Breastfeeding: Foundation for Life. Breastfeeding helps to prevent malnutrition in all...

In this hour long webinar, Dr Ihirangi Heke delivers a brief introduction to systems dynamics and whakapapa crossover. He shares his whakaaro and insights into maramataka and tohungatanga as a means for modelling whakapapa concepts. About Dr Ihirangi Heke Māori health & physical activity consultant Dr Justin Ihirangi...

Community and Voluntary Sector Applications for the Community Internship Programme are now open, Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Peeni Henare announced on 30 July 2018. “The internship programme is a way for kiwis to take a break from their normal mahi and help organisations in their community,”...

The FAST campaign has launched for 2018! We KNOW this helps Kiwis survive and recover from stroke, so it is such an important kaupapa to promote. This year, you'll notice a change in the TV ad and other materials. As well as the familiar Face,...