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    Medical leaders worried by immunisation rates for Māori children

    Medical leaders are worried Māori immunisation rates for children are at an all-time low.

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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.

  4. Video for Tamariki' fave' book gets te reo Māori translation
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    Tamariki' fave' book gets te reo Māori translation

    The bestselling children's book I Need a New Bum was written by Dawn McMillan and illustrated by Ross Kinnaird and was first published 10 years ago.

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    King Tuheitia new patron of Starship Hospital

    King Tuheitia has accepted an invitation to become patron of Starship Child Health – Aotearoa’s largest child healthcare organisation.

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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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    Swimming classes in Te Reo offered in Pukekohe

    The Franklin Pool and Leisure Centre in Pukekohe is offering te reo Māori swimming lessons for toddlers and young children.

  8. Video for Police youth aid worker keeping Te Kūiti rangatahi out of trouble through sports
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    Police youth aid worker keeping Te Kūiti rangatahi out of trouble through sports

    A youth aid officer in Te Kūiti is making a difference in her community – without the power of the her badge.

  9. Video for Maōri design integral to largest playground in southern hemisphere
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    Maōri design integral to largest playground in southern hemisphere

    An enormous $5.5 million playground to be built on a culturally significant and historic location on New Plymouth's foreshore, will be one of the largest in the southern hemisphere – and it caters

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