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    Papakura Marae, charity team up for new device that helps domestic violence victims

    Papakura Marae is trialling a ground-breaking family violence support and prevention programme that is both protecting its community workers and violence victims.

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    Twin Harmony recognised for mahi to end family violence

    Warning: this story discusses themes of family violence. Discretion is advised.

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    Māori family harm stats improve; state agencies told to get out of the way

    The rate of Māori deaths as a result of family violence has decreased in the past 12 months compared to the 10 years before, according to a new report released today.

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    Iwi finds own solution for whānau violence

    From working in the New Zealand Police for 19 years to now working for her iwi with police, Melanie Humphries' mahi remains the same; to serve her iwi and community.

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    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.

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    Booze abuse again tops lockdown callouts

    Data from domestic abuse callouts in the Far North during lockdown have again revealed alcohol as the leading contributor to police involvement.

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    Leave your bubble if it’s unsafe

    Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence and Sexual Violence Marama Davidson says Kiwis all need to be checking on whānau, friends and neighbours to make sure they are safe in their bubble.

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    Funding increase for mental health helplines

    $1m extra has been given to existing contracts and services to support rangatahi.

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    Barber owners aren't clinicians but clients seek their advice

    Barbers look for solutions to help eliminate family violence and sexual violence.

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    Mana enhancing approach to supporting men suffering from mental illness

    Jason Matia (Te Aupōuri, Te Rārawa) believes restoring the mana of men is key to combating the shame many men face when struggling with mental illness and trauma.

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