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11 hours ago

Tēnā koutou katoa,
The Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated Scholarships remain open for applicants.
See attached poster and apply online www.kahungunu.iwi.nz/scholarships--internships
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14 hours ago

Kia ora koutou. The Tūruki Team is still on track for our Scholarship applications to close tonight. Your education funding opportunities continue to be our priority so please jump on-line, register and apply asap. All the best. ... See MoreSee Less

Kia ora koutou.    The Tūruki Team is still on track for our Scholarship applications to close tonight.     Your education funding opportunities continue to be our priority so please jump on-line, register and apply asap.   All the best.

2 weeks ago

Ka rawe Te Aroha HuntHealth promotion acumen, good governance, indigenous knowledge and leadership are some of the collective competencies that our new Board members have brought to lead the HPF for the next two years.
HPF’s board held its first meeting for the year in Auckland last Thursday at which three new members were welcomed and a new chair elected.
Mark Simiona (Otara Health) was elected to replace Zoe Hawke (Mental Health Foundation), who served three terms on the board and the last year as chair.
The new members are Paula Snowden (CEO, Gambling Foundation), Te Aroha Hunt (Tuai Kopu Programme Coordinator) and Dr Kate Morgaine (health promotion academic, Otago University).
Ms Hunt was elected to the role of treasurer and Dr Morgaine as secretary of the Board.

Pictured from left: Zoe Hawke, Richard Wallace (Kaumatua), Te Aroha Hunt, Paula Snowden, Fay Selby-Law (Hāpai Te Hauora), Mark Simiona and Dr Kate Morgaine.
Not pictured: Sharon Kennedy-Muru (Health Improvement Manager, Toi Te Ora Public health Unit for the Bay of Plenty and Lakes DHBs), Vishal Rishi (Director, TANI) and Selah Hart (CEO, Hāpai Te Hauora).
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Ka rawe Te Aroha Hunt

2 weeks ago

Anei whānau...kia mataara!!#CORONAVIRUS In Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's latest update on COVID-19, she highlighted New Zealanders understand this kaupapa is not just about them; it’s about our whole community - and that we will unite and look out for one another in the face of coronavirus - especially our elderly.

"If they have needs that need to be met, make sure that community are providing for them, but who are well," said Jacinda.

"If you don’t need to visit an aged-care facility, do your very best to only make essential visits or, especially if you’re well, do not go near an aged-care facility. These are simple things we can do to look after our older citizens."

HOW YOU CAN DO YOUR BIT 🔴 Wash your hands 🔴 Sneeze into your elbow 🔴 If you’re sick, stay home 🔴 Stop handshakes, hugs, kisses and hongi, sharing cups or food 🔴 Put used tissues in the bin immediately 🔴 Check on your whānau, neighbours and friends 🔴 Disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects 🔴 Keep updated
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Anei whānau...kia mataara!!

2 weeks ago

Kia Ora Whanau a panui updateWhile there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hawke’s Bay, today we activated our emergency response structure in preparation and response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We're well underway to establishing community assessment centres across the region to test unwell people. Assessment centre details will be advertised and promoted as soon as they are finalised.

Read more here: bit.ly/HBDHBcovidresponse
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Kia Ora Whanau a panui update

4 weeks ago

Kia Ora Whanau please check out the latest information from Kia Ora Hauora . A new link to connecting students studying health careers to employers is included in this latest newsletter from Kia Ora Hauora. The is a new initiative from the Ministry of Health to assist in employment,... Check it out (: ... See MoreSee Less

Kia Ora Whanau please check out the latest information from Kia Ora Hauora .  A new link to connecting students studying  health careers to employers is included in this latest newsletter from Kia Ora Hauora. The is a new initiative from the Ministry of Health to assist in employment,... Check it out (:Image attachmentImage attachment

4 weeks ago

Kia ora koutou. Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding round has opened to accept Applications!! You only have from 1 March to 31 March 2020 to apply so get cracking... ... See MoreSee Less

Kia ora koutou.   Tūruki Māori Health Workforce Funding round has opened to accept Applications!!   You only have from 1 March to 31 March 2020 to apply so get cracking...

1 month ago

We recently welcomed Year 1 tauira from EIT to Mihiroa. They were welcomed and introduced to the Maori Heath team. The important message to them is to provide culturally safe care to our whanau and the input our team can provide to support this kaupapa x we wish them well in their journey x ... See MoreSee Less

We recently welcomed Year 1 tauira from EIT to Mihiroa. They were welcomed and introduced to the Maori Heath team.  The important message to them is to provide culturally safe care to our whanau and the input our team can provide to support this kaupapa x we wish them well in their journey x

1 month ago

Māori trainee doctor driven to help whānau after starting out as an orderly ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

MIT launches its Māori Nursing Programme ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Please welcome our newest Tūruki whānau member Nayda Heays as the interim Māori Workforce Advisor while the beautiful Heneriata Paringatai is on maternity Leave.

Ko Putauaki me Pōhatu ōku maunga
Ko Whakatāne tōku awa
Ko Mataatua tōku waka
Ko Ngati Awa me Ngai Tūhoe ōku iwi
Ko Te Pahipoto me Ngai Teriu ōku hapu
Ko Nayda Heays tōku ingoa
No Tūhoe ahau
Kei Ahuriri ahau enoho ana

I am a Registered Nurse who has worked in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for the last six years. During that time I’ve been part of the recruiting team for the Nurse Entry to Practice Programme, ICU and the Patient at Risk Service. I’m also a Link Nurse for Organ Donation New Zealand and a New Zealand Nurses Organisation delegate. I have been seconded until August to cover the Māori Workforce Advisor role.

I am a product of Māori Workforce Development as a Tūruki scholarship recipient for my Bachelor of Nursing and Health Workforce New Zealand scholarship recipient for my Post-Graduate study. I believe it is critical to increase the potential of our Māori Workforce through education, role modelling and inspiring others as well as providing whānau with early exposure to the opportunities available in Hauora Māori. Kia ora.
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Please welcome our newest Tūruki whānau member Nayda Heays as the interim Māori Workforce Advisor while the beautiful Heneriata Paringatai is on maternity Leave.

Ko Putauaki me Pōhatu ōku maunga
Ko Whakatāne tōku awa
Ko Mataatua tōku waka
Ko Ngati Awa me Ngai Tūhoe ōku iwi
Ko Te Pahipoto me Ngai Teriu ōku hapu
Ko Nayda Heays tōku ingoa
No Tūhoe ahau
Kei Ahuriri ahau enoho ana

I am a Registered Nurse who has worked in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for the last six years. During that time I’ve been part of the recruiting team for the Nurse Entry to Practice Programme, ICU and the Patient at Risk Service. I’m also a Link Nurse for Organ Donation New Zealand and a New Zealand Nurses Organisation delegate. I have been seconded until August to cover the Māori Workforce Advisor role.

I am a product of Māori Workforce Development as a Tūruki scholarship recipient for my Bachelor of Nursing and Health Workforce New Zealand scholarship recipient for my Post-Graduate study. I believe it is critical to increase the potential of our Māori Workforce through education, role modelling and inspiring others as well as providing whānau with early exposure to the opportunities available in Hauora Māori. Kia ora.

1 month ago

8 days to go before the Health Workforce NZ Hauora Māori Training Fund scholarships close! Jump on-line...kia tere!! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Tēnā koutou e te iwi!!! An exciting weekend ahead in the Wairarapa for the Ngāti Kahungunu Kapa Haka Regionals 2020!!! Get along and tautoko - an amazing opportunity to be inspired by the leadership, commitment, dedication, passion, blood, sweat and tears of our whānau performing!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Tēnā koutou e te iwi!!!   An exciting weekend ahead in the Wairarapa for the Ngāti Kahungunu Kapa Haka Regionals 2020!!! Get along and tautoko - an amazing opportunity to be inspired by the leadership, commitment, dedication, passion, blood, sweat and tears of our whānau performing!!!Image attachment

1 month ago

Photos from Labour Māori Caucus's post ... See MoreSee Less