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Kōrero o te wā | News & Events

Tui Ora continues to expand its services and reach into the community. We have evolved as an organisation since we were first established in 1998. Read about our people making the news and the events they are involved in around Taranaki. For further details see below.

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April 2019

Standing up for young people in mental health

​The Taiohi Ora Youth Wellness Service adds value to the lives of young people and meets a large amount of unmet need, according to an independent report. more

Standing up for young people in mental health
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April 2019

New role in economic links

When Ngamata Skipper began working at Tui Ora in 2001 it was in its early days – now she’s back and relishing a new role as Economic Development Relationship Manager. more

New role in economic links
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March 2019

Measles vaccination notice from Tui Ora Family Health

Measles vaccination information from Tui Ora Family Health. more

Measles vaccination notice from Tui Ora Family Health
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March 2019

Focus on whānau ora at Womad 2019

As the region gets set to celebrate the world of music and dance, the role Aotearoa's indigenous people play in the festivities continues to evolve. more

Focus on whānau ora at Womad 2019
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March 2019

Putting people and whanau at the heart of Te Paepae, Womad 2019

Glen Skipper has spent years building his kumara knowledge and this coming weekend will be share his community gardening skills in workshops at the award-winning WOMAD festival. more

Putting people and whanau at the heart of Te Paepae, Womad 2019
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March 2019

Whānau Ora Review Report released

The Whānau Ora Review Report, Tipu Matoro ki te Ao, released to Minister Peeni Henare on February 20 affirms this approach is working well for Māori and Pacific families. more

Whānau Ora Review Report released
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February 2019

Rocking to healthy lifestyle

The grandchildren told him his home stunk. His wife was unwell in hospital and this time coach George was there for support. These factors combined to ensure Gary and Kresha Jackson remained smokefree when they opted to quit more than four years ago, using the support of the Taranaki Stop Smoking Service run ... more

Rocking to healthy lifestyle
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February 2019

Putting cultural connections on a regional and national stage

The richness of indigenous language – its connection with kai, kaumātua, craft and care for the environment will be front and centre at Womad 2019, taking place in New Plymouth March 15-17. more

Putting cultural connections on a regional and national stage
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