Haere mai,
Nau mai

He hono tangata e kore e motu, ka pā he taura waka e motu

A human bond cannot be severed, but a rope may snap

Housing: New transitional whare helps ease shortage on Wharekauri/ Rēkohu

The small but resilient whānau living on Wharekauri/ Rēkohu (Chatham Islands) are committed to community wellbeing. The housing shortage on the island is one aspect the community is focusing on, and three new transitional homes will go a long way in ensuring this community reaches its full potential. 

Back to top


Kawepūrongo

More news

New pop-up shop highlights in central Kirikiriroa

New and contemporary Māori goods and fashion pop-up store Ono has found a home in the multi-cultural Casabella Lane in Hamilton giving retailers additional options to choose from this year.

Read more

New beginning for Waitara kaumātua

Makere and Doug Pike are among five kaumatua who have just moved into the new kaumatua flats, opened by Te Atiawa Kaumātua Housing Trust with support from our Māori Housing Network.

Read more

Life-saving skills learned through Pae Aronui

Two Waikato-based rangatahi share their story about how they learned life-saving skills that helped them keep their nana alive as part of a programme they recently graduated from.

Read more

Back to top

Mō Te Puni Kōkiri

Who we are

Te Puni Kōkiri leads Māori Public Policy and advises on policy affecting Māori wellbeing.

We are the principal advisor on Government-Māori relationships. We monitor policy and legislation, and we provide government with high quality policy advice.

Read more

Back to top