Latest Whānau Ora News

Care and protection, or containment and punishment? How state care fails NZ’s most vulnerable young people
$50 million to lift immunisation rates
Govt confirms additional support for Enabling Good Lives
Te ao Māori health services cheaper and more accessible for whānau
Meka Whaitiri removed as Minister
Next steps in redress system for survivors of abuse in care
Government working faster and smarter to support response and recovery
Recovery package launched to accelerate Māori response to Cyclone Gabrielle
Communities set to benefit from Indigenous-led international grant with rangatiratanga at heart
Newly appointed Ministry of Disabled People chief executive to drive progress
New arrangement to advance indigenous peoples of Aotearoa NZ and Canada
Increase in funding secures future for Whānau Ora
Govt ensures extra support for Māori and Pacific Omicron response
Climate leader Bronwyn Hayward named supreme Woman of Influence
High Court decision on sharing Māori Covid vaccination data
26 contracts signed to accelerate Māori vaccination rates
More energy saving advice to hit home thanks to government funding
Minister of Health says Ministry of Health should release Māori health data
Ministry of Health must apologise for its stubbornness
$23.5m to support community-led Māori vaccination campaigns
$23m to support community-led Māori vaccination campaigns
Ministry’s block on Māori health info an embarrassment
Government’s ‘roadmap’ will lead to Covid crash in vulnerable communities
2 new imported cases of COVID-19; no new community cases
9 new cases of COVID-19 23 October
Minister Tracey Martin charts new path for supporting children
Willie Jackson calls on Māori leaders to apologise to Tracey Martin
More community providers funded for fight against meth harm
New research affirms whānau-centred approach to primary health care
Tupu Aotearoa continues expansion to support Pacific communities in Wellington and Canterbury
Transitional housing provides much needed support for Taumarunui whānau
125 Community Connectors across New Zealand to support recovery
More than $900 million to support Māori as we rebuild together
Govt approves further $30m to meet immediate welfare and food security needs
Māori support package delivers for whānau
Thousands of welfare packs distributed by whānau ora
Supporting Māori communities and businesses through
Boost in Whānau Ora funding to keep changing lives
Govt should let Whānau Ora get on with job
Honest review, tough lessons to learn
This Labour-led Government is failing Māori
Government isn’t delivering for Māori
Targeted social support funding for 450 Manawatū-Whanganui whānau
Wellbeing Budget: We need to change how we see economy
Supporting Māori and Pasifika aspirations
Wellbeing: We need to change how we see our economy
A whānau-centred pathway to break cycle of Māori reoffending
ACEM launches Māori equity strategy