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2 days ago

Come have a korero and win some prizes here at Kahungunu AGM @ Splash planet ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Kia Ora Hauora CONNECT is a new online tool that connects you to jobs within the DHBs of your choice. Complete the annual Kia Ora Hauora DHB Survey to gain access to KOH CONNECT. Upload your profile and then you're in the draw to win an iPhone XR 64GB or one of 10 $100 Prezzy Cards. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

We need to stay vigilant to keep COVID-19 out of our community. Coming up to the silly season it's more important that ever to keep using the COVID app to trace your movements. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Our Napier COVID testing centre is operating as per normal following the floods; please call 06 650 4000 if you require a COVID test 💚 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Why doctors should be practising their Te Reo Māori ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

Limited spaces available for The Contact Hub programme starting next Monday! If would like to develop further both personally and professionally and able to attend 9am - 2pm Monday to Friday for four weeks call us now on 0800 338 482 (0800 DEV HUB) or private message us today! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

We’ve proposed changes to the way the maternity system works, including how people receive care. These changes would affect everything from the level of support pregnant people receive to the way early miscarriages are handled. We want to hear what you think! Have your say at www.health.govt.nz/publication/primary-maternity-services-notice-review-2021 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

E ai ki te koorero a ngaa maatua, he wahine i ahu mai i Kurawaka, he taatai mata ariki ki te ao.

Today marks the birthday of Te Puea Herangi on the 9th of November 1883.

Te Puea was born at Whatiwhatihoe on the Waipaa River near Arekahaanara, the present day township of Pirongia. Her father was Te Tahuna Herangi (Searancke) and her mother was Tiahuia the oldest daughter of Kiingi Taawhiao.

Throughout her life she was seen as a forceful leader of the Kiingitanga, a spiritual guide, a pou in the rejuvenation of cultural identity, a strong political advocate, a force to resist the pains of conscription, a champion of land development and a host to Governor Generals, Prime Ministers and dignitaries.

More than that, she was seen as a mother to many, a nurse of the sick, a teacher, a kapa haka leader and organiser, an ariki that could sit on the Marae to welcome guests but would roll up her sleeves to clear drains and pipes.

Te Puea intimately knew the importance of relationships. In her early days, Waikato resisted contact with Paakehaa because of the devastating impacts of Raupatu, in time Te Puea encouraged a new way of thinking, work together to achieve a better life for the people. She formed friendships with journalists, artists, politicians, store owners, clergy and others in an effort to improve the life of her people.

The establishment of Tuurangawaewae Marae is regarded as her greatest achievement. Celebrating 100 years in 2021.

Te Puea passed away in October 1952 leaving a legacy of hard work, being staunch to your identity and service to Kiingitanga and the people.

Ka rawaka te puni waahine, he kura tau ki te ao, he purapura whetuu ki tua o Rangi-whakamoe-ariki.
✍Rahui Papa
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3 weeks ago

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4 weeks ago

Are you a RN less than 5 years post NCNZ? Working in Lakes DHB or Bay of Plenty DHB rohe please tautoko this important research! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Āe e tika ana ēnei kōrero! Tēnā koe Tākuta Nick mō tō ngākau titikaha, tō manawanui ki te hauora o te hāpori nei 🧡We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Dr Nick Jones, Hawke’s Bay Medical Officer of Health, has been awarded a New Zealand Public Service Medal 💙

This award recognises Dr Jones' outstanding commitment and tireless dedication to the health of our Hawke's Bay community.

From leading the local health responses to the 2009 H1N1 outbreak, Havelock North campylobacter outbreak, and COVID-19; to providing expert advice on environmental health issues and working in partnership with iwi and community groups — Dr Jones takes his role extremely seriously and leads with compassion and strength.

We're very fortunate and grateful to have him in Hawke’s Bay. Congratulations Nick!

Read more here: bit.ly/DrNickJonesawardedPSM
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Āe e tika ana ēnei kōrero! Tēnā koe Tākuta Nick mō tō ngākau titikaha, tō manawanui ki te hauora o te hāpori nei 🧡

4 weeks ago

Interested to work in horticulture this Summer? Bring your friends and whanau and have a chat with our growers!
10th November, 4-6pm at Toitoi Events Centre, 101 Hastings Street
South, Hastings. Phone 06 871 5000 for more information.
#horticulturenz #growersofnz #hawkesbayjobs #harvesthawkesbay #stonefruitnz #PipfruitNZ New Zealand Apples & Pears Hastings District Council - Te Kaunihera ā-Rohe o Heretaunga
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1 month ago

🎓 THE BOB HENARE SCHOLARSHIP

E TE IWI, applications for the Bob Henare scholarship are now OPEN!

We are accepting visual or written applications.

Please send your applications to communications@terauora.com

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 20TH NOVEMBER 2020!!!
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1 month ago

Kia ora whānau! We have another Whanau Support Worker role coming up. If this is something you're interested in becoming, please visit our website to download an application form and job description. www.kahu-exec.co.nz/job-vacancies
Closes 4:30pm, Friday 13th November, 2020
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