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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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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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January 2019

The question of how we care for the elderly

What issues confront those caring for the elderly? Tui Ora staff feature in this Taranaki Daily News article. more

The question of how we care for the elderly
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December 2018

Walking the talk in the care of tamariki

Being Mums with their own tamariki ensures the newest members of the Tamariki Ora WellChild team, Dani Atfield and Bailey McLean, understand the struggles other whānau face. more

Walking the talk in the care of tamariki
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November 2018

Importance of kaumātua highlighted at national conference

The role kaumātua play in communities should be better valued, says the boss of a Taranaki health provider. more

Importance of kaumātua highlighted at national conference
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November 2018

Working to help others work

The Vocational Support Service (VSS) at Tui Ora has all the bases covered. more

Working to help others work
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November 2018

Stan Walker inspires taiohi at youth workshop

Māori singer/songwriter/actor Stan Walker delivered a funny speech peppered with inspirational phrases and digs at himself, during a forum for Taranaki taiohi on Friday November 9. more

Stan Walker inspires taiohi at youth workshop
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October 2018

Womad banks on another decade

Womad is here to stay - for another decade. The three-day World of Music and Dance extravaganza has taken place in New Plymouth's Brooklands Park every summer since 2003 and has generated $125.9 million over that time, event organisers said. more

Womad banks on another decade
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October 2018

Iwi agreements signal further collaboration for Tui Ora

Tui Ora has signed two Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Te Atiawa and Taranaki signalling its intention to move into the social and economic sectors alongside the two iwi. more

Iwi agreements signal further collaboration for Tui Ora
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