Manaaki Tairawhiti work ‘outstanding’: Chris Luxon
Gisborne Herald 10 June 2022Manaaki Tairawhiti work ‘outstanding’: Chris Luxon
All bets still off: call to ‘wipe out’ pokies altogether
Gisborne HeraldPublished May 25, 2022Gambling had a bigger impact on those on lower incomes who often did not have a voice.
Drug treatment centre ‘desperately needed’
Gisborne HeraldPublished May 21, 2022 Why has region’s promised rehab facility still not been established?
Hauraki whānau – E Tū Whānau Ann Dysart Kahukura Award finalist
Hauraki whānau – leading the way for others to follow E Tū Whānau Ann Dysart Kahukura Award finalist
$100m ‘new phase’ to strengthen services
Gisborne Herald Published May 19, 2022 The 2022 Government Budget announcement will further strengthen the call for the expansion of mental health and addictions services in the region https://www.gisborneherald.co.nz/local-news/20220519/100m-new-phase-to-strengthen-services/
Together alone: A review of joined-up social services
Together alone: A review of joined-up social services. https://www.productivity.govt.nz/news/joined-up-social-services-initiatives/ Link to the written summary of the webinar https://www.productivity.govt.nz/news/together-alone-joined-up-social-services/
$500,000 will help young people in Tairawhiti find sustainable employment.
“It’s important any employment opportunity for our young people is sustainable and provides them with prospects for the future. Gisborne HeraldPublished October 01, 2021 Read More
Manaaki Tairawhiti as the first recipient of $50,000 from the Innovation Fund.
“We’re building a simple Messenger app people can use and quickly and simply bring the data together. That’s a direct benefit to whanau.” Gisborne HeraldPublished November 22, 2021 Read More
Collective action to stop the violence
Te Aorerekura, a bold and collaborative new national strategy and action plan to eliminate family violence and sexual violence over the next 25 years. Gisborne HeraldDecember 8th 2021. Read More
Initiative creates platform to highlight barriers some whānau experience in social sector
Communicating the experiences of whānau to social sector decision-makers in real-time, highlighting the barriers put in place by the system as well as what whānau needs aren’t being met. Published: StuffMandy Te20:39, Nov 16 2021 Read More