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  • Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa

    • Date: 16 December 2015

    Te Puni Kōkiri Chief Executive Michelle Hippolite reflects on 2015.

     

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  • Whakamaua kia tina!

    • Date: 09 November 2015

    In this edition of Mai i te Toihautū, Michelle Hippolite introduces our four outcome areas – Whakapapa (Identity), Oranga (Wellbeing), Whairawa (Prosperity), and Whanaungatanga (Relationships).

     

     

     

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  • Māori succeeding as Māori - Always

    • Date: 17 September 2015

    Forty-three years ago the Māori Language Petition was presented to Parliament.

    The petition was presented by Ngā Tamatoa, and supported the teaching of Māori language and culture in schools. The petition was among the first of many turning-points for the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori; embedding it as one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s official languages, and into our sense of nationhood and identity.

     

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  • Whiriwhiria ngā taonga tuku iho, e arahina koe i tō mahi

    • Date: 07 August 2015

    In its 40th year since the first Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, rangatahi Māori, rangatahi Pākehā stood as leaders and advocates of te reo Māori.

     

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  • Matariki – Huarahi ki te oranga tangata

    • Date: 23 June 2015

    This edition of Kōkiritia comes to you under the auspice of Matariki - the whānau marama that signals the start of a New Year.

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  • Tē tōia, tē haumatia

    • Date: 07 May 2015

    Tēnā koutou

    As many of you are aware Whānau Ora is high profile mahi of Te Puni Kōkiri, and two reports in the space of a week has put this innovative approach to providing social services to whānau and families in the spotlight.

     

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  • Mai i te Toihautū

    • Date: 22 April 2015

    This Anzac Day, New Zealanders both here at home and overseas will honour the service and sacrifice of those who fought, and we will also tell the stories of the great majority of people who remained at home. This year, we will continue to mark the First World War centenary, reflecting on how WWI affected our nation and our sense of identity.

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  • Te Matatini: secure, confident and expert in our own language and culture.

    • Date: 19 March 2015

    He Ngakau Aroha – ‘A Loving Heart’ was the theme of this auspicious biennal event – Te Matatini held recently in Te Waipounamu.  The theme was to acknowledge the manaaki and whanaungatanga expressed to Christchurch following the earthquakes.

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  • Mai i te Toihautū

    • Date: 10 February 2015

    Kua waipuke te riu o Waiapu i ngā roimata o Ngāti Porou, o te ao Māori, o Aotearoa ki te rangatira rongonui ki a Tākuta Apirana Mahuika.  E Api, takoto mai i te poho o tō whānau, o tō hapū, o tō iwi, takoto mai, takoto mai, takoto mai rā.  Ā, ko te wairua aroha, ko te wairua kaha i whakatō ki roto i tō whānau, i tō hapū, i tō iwi i tēnei wā taimaha.     

    This edition of Kōkiritia follows the 175th anniversary of signing Te Tiriti o Waitangi. This milestone represents an opportunity for us all to reflect on how far we have come as a nation, and consider our aspirations for Aotearoa New Zealand as we look ahead to the future.

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  • Michelle Hippolite
Toihautū, Te Puni Kōkiri

    Mai i te Toihautu

    • Date: 21 January 2015

    Te Puni Kōkiri Chief Executive Michelle Hippolite talks about the key events ahead this year.

    E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā maunga whakahī, tēnā koutou katoa

    Ngā mihi nunui o te tau 2015.

     

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