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    Oranga Tamariki failed to do 'bare minimum' to help abused child before death

    Oranga Tamariki failed to take the "bare minimum" action over safety concerns about Malachi Subecz who was later murdered by his carer.

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    Oranga Tamariki staff to strike

    Oranga Tamariki staff have voted to strike on four Fridays, starting from October 28, after turning down a pay offer from management.

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    Te Whānau o Waipareira signs childcare agreement with Oranga Tamariki

    A landmark agreement between Oranga Tamariki and Te Whānau o Waipareira will seek to put an end to the controversial uplifting of Māori children in West Auckland.

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    Ardern wanted to 'get on' with passing Oversight Oranga Tamariki bill

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today said the government didn't wait till the Royal Commission into Abuse of Children in State Care reported before changing the governance of Oranga Tamariki because

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    State care to state custody: research suggests clear link

    Research undertaken as part of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry shows state care last century was a breeding ground for those who went on to serve a prison sentence.

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    Oranga Tamariki community-led partnership launched in Kaitāia

    Iwi will take on a more prominent role within the child welfare sector under Te Atatū - Oranga Tamariki's first community-led partnership strategy with four community groups, collectively known as

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    Royal commission into state care abuse to hear from Crown agencies

    It's been a long wait for survivors of state abuse but, finally, they will hear from government department heads about the failures of the state to properly care for children placed in their care.

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    Iwi launches Oranga Tamariki diversion programme

    Waikato Tainui has secured $32.1 million from Oranga Tamariki to assist in a successful iwi led support programme to help empower children and whānau in need.

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    Jail terms sought for couple after abused boy suffers permanent disability

    The Crown will seek prison sentences for a Hastings couple in a child abuse case which left a 7-year-old boy with a permanent disability from a brain injury.

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    Mob wahine opens whare to struggling māmā and tamariki

    Hawke’s Bay woman Cherie Kurarangi says she was born into gang life. Her family were in the Mongrel Mob and she grew up in it. It wasn’t easy. In fact she says she has both witnessed and experienced inter-generational trauma. But she’s dedicating her life to breaking that cycle for her whānau and to make Aotearoa a better place.

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