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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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September 2018

Taking prime care of whānau

Three nurses, one kaiāwhina, years of experience, expertise and empathy – it adds up to a winning combination in the Community Nursing team at Tui Ora. more

Taking prime care of whānau
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September 2018

Cake making data analyst at Tui Ora

​Hone Rata, a Tui Ora business and data analyst, spends his working days at a desk looking at data and numbers, creating reports and trying to find more efficient ways for staff to use technology. more

Cake making data analyst at Tui Ora
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September 2018

Curvy Angels guardians for next generation

For the Tamatea whānau getting healthy and fit has become a family affair. The Opunake whānau of late Tui Ora Board member David Tamatea is determined to live the best lives they can, and it’s the aunties who are leading the way. more

Curvy Angels guardians for next generation
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September 2018

Paint the Town Yellow today

Sunshine and hope is being sprinkled through companies and organisations today as many in Taranaki take part in the Paint the Town Yellow promotion. more

Paint the Town Yellow today
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August 2018

Mental illness in Kiwi teens

In a split second, her body would heat up. Her eyesight would start to go, leaving her with tunnel vision. And, if she wasn't careful, she would start to hyperventilate. more

Mental illness in Kiwi teens
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August 2018

Tui Ora marks 20 years of Maori health and self determination

A Māori health organisation that has grown from employing a few staff to about 160, is celebrating its 20th birthday. This week Tui Ora hosts functions in Hawera and New Plymouth, with the guest speakers to be South Taranaki District Council Mayor Ross Dunlop and the Hon Willie Jackson, Minister of Employment ... more

Tui Ora marks 20 years of Maori health and self determination
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August 2018

Paint the town yellow – World Suicide Prevention Day, 10 September 2018

Splashing yellow throughout New Plymouth to celebrate life is the drive behind this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day. more

Paint the town yellow – World Suicide Prevention Day, 10 September 2018
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August 2018

Latching on promotes normality of feeding practice - World Breastfeeding Week August 1-7, 2018

One food which is free, environmentally friendly and available to all babies is being promoted all over the globe this week. Organisations throughout Taranaki join forces in World Breastfeeding Week which runs from Wednesday August 1-7, 2018. more

Latching on promotes normality of feeding practice - World Breastfeeding Week August 1-7, 2018
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