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A reminder whānau that this virtual Information Evening is coming up this week on Thursday afternoon..click the link check it out www.massey.ac.nz/…/infor…/pg-information-evening.cfm!! ... See MoreSee Less

A reminder whānau that this virtual Information Evening is coming up this week on Thursday afternoon..click the link check it out https://www.massey.ac.nz/…/infor…/pg-information-evening.cfm!!Image attachment

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We're back after the long weekend!! All systems are go to apply for the Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding Applications from 1 June 2020 to 31 July 2020!! Remember - the criteria is for Degree, Post-Graduate Diplomas & Masters Programmes. Check out our website turuki.org.nz/scholarships/ for more information!! ... See MoreSee Less

Were back after the long weekend!!   All systems are go to apply for the Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding Applications from 1 June 2020 to 31 July 2020!!   Remember - the criteria is for Degree, Post-Graduate Diplomas & Masters Programmes.   Check out our website https://turuki.org.nz/scholarships/ for more information!!

2 months ago

Keep your options open whānau...check this out!TToH Scholarship Applications open Monday !

To be eligible you need to :

• Whakapapa to Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga and;

• Be registered with Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Inc (NKII) and;

• Be a resident in the Heretaunga rohe and;

• Be enrolled at a tertiary institution in the year you are applying.

Check out the application process and requirements so you can have all your documents ready to send .

ttoh.iwi.nz/Scholarship
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Keep your options open whānau...check this out!

2 months ago

World Smokefree Day is held on 31 May every year. It provides an opportunity to encourage and help those who want to quit as well as support friends and whānau who have already started that journey. Te Haa Matea Stop Smoking Services: Freephone 0800 300 377
Facebook: Te Haa Matea - Hawke's Bay Stop Smoking Services
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World Smokefree Day is held on 31 May every year. It provides an opportunity to encourage and help those who want to quit as well as support friends and whānau who have already started that journey.  Te Haa Matea Stop Smoking Services: Freephone 0800 300 377
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TeHaaMatea/

2 months ago

Kia ora everyone. Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding Applications WILL BE opening on Monday 1 June 2020 to Friday 31 July 2020 !!! Remember to keep the date safe!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Kia ora everyone.    Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding Applications WILL BE opening on Monday 1 June 2020 to Friday 31 July 2020 !!!   Remember to keep the date safe!!!

2 months ago

Celebrating Samoan Language Week! 🌺 ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrating Samoan Language Week! 🌺

2 months ago

Inspirational Quotes from Māori Leaders 💫
DR DIANNE WEPA-BELZ shares a whakataukī that encourages us during this time of our Rāhui.

#RespectTheRāhui
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Stress and how to deal with it#TEPŪTAHI In this week's episode Professor Linda Waimarie Nikora & Dr Pikihuia Pomare explain stress, anxiety & the many challenges faced by our whānau during COVID19. We learn about Māori ways of managing stress & how Māori psychologists draw on mātauranga Māori ~ 3 PM today on 97.1 FM or tehiku.nz/te-hiku-radio/ #HONOMAI ... See MoreSee Less

Stress and how to deal with it

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If you have kaumatua or kuia who have hearing loss, this study called taringa whakarongo is keen to have them participate in a study. This is a study led by Maori and aims to provide support to whanau with hearing loss. Please ask us if you are interested in participating or would like further information. ... See MoreSee Less