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Call for more Blue Warriors

Te Hiku Hauora Health Promotion Team has their annual  Blue Warrior Trail Event at Lake Gem (the south end of Lake Ngatu) on Sunday 18th March 9.30am. This event is about participation not competition. Participation and fun as a whanau, Iwi and community. No matt...

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Call for more Blue Warriors

An ongoing investment in Te Reo Maori

Te Hiku Hauora is privileged to provide local secondary school students who show outstanding achievement in Te Reo Māori with the Dr Bruce Gregory Merit Award. This year awards were made available to Taipa Area School, Te Rangi Aniwaniwa, Abundant Life, Kaitaia College...

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An ongoing investment in Te Reo Maori

Delivering a "Brilliant" Service

“What I love about my job, is putting a smile on the faces of my clients” so says Tracey Heka, home support worker for Te Hiku Hauora home support services. Tracey has been a home support worker for the past 15 years and what she finds most rewarding about ...

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Delivering a "Brilliant" Service

Haere ra- Farewell

“Kaua koutou e mataku, Go for it, don’t stop, and don’t be frightened of the new things that are going to happen”. These are the words spoken by the first Chairperson of Te Hauora O Te Hiku O Te Ika, Muriwai Popata in 1995. These words inspired ...

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Haere ra- Farewell

An investment in healthy children

New Zealand has the third highest obesity rate in the world, and being part of these statistics is only getting worse. Children cannot be held responsible for their obesity but parents and whanau need to protect them from the obesogenic environment. Eighty percent of o...

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An investment in healthy children
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"Kia ora Te Hiku Hauora mo tena whakaaro”.

Heeni Mangu