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Rāhui laid to stop gang feud in Kaikohe
Escalating gang tensions in Northland prompted a collective of hapū to place a rāhui on the township of Kaikohe.
Researchers call for kaupapa Māori solutions to head the queue for family violence funding
Hinewai Netana-Williams is a Te Rito journalism cadet Kaupapa Māori is the solution to family violence, according to the He Waka Eke Noa survey project team.
Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'
A survey, He Waka Eke Noa: Māori cultural frameworks for violence prevention and intervention, has highlighted continued state 'violence' against Māori.
NZ's first plan to halt family and sexual violence
The first nationwide strategy aimed at eliminating family and sexual violence was launched today at Te Papa where the Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence, Marama Davi
Te Aorerekura coordinated strategy on family violence breaks new ground
One in every three women in Aotearoa has experienced physical or sexual violence; nevertheless, 90% of them are too scared to disclose it.
Stan Walker urges whānau to talk about sexual abuse and family violence
In his new book released today, Stan hopes to influence whānau to stop intergenerational abuse. He also talks about the challenges he's experienced working in the music industry.
New Māori-led family violence service opens up
A Māori-led service has opened with the aim of reducing family violence.
'Wake up to the Wakefield violence'- peaceful protestor
Statues of Edward and William Wakefield have been blindfolded with red scarves in a peaceful protest in Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
Far North Iwi team up with Police to fight family violence
Far North leaders are teaming up with Police to fight family violence. Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa chair Haami Piripi says this new approach was created because the old ways weren't working.