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Ngāti Hine Release Marae Guidelines Toolkit

2020-05-24T09:24:10+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

MEDIA STATEMENT – 24 May 2020 Ngāti Hine Release Marae Guidelines Toolkit Te Manawaroa o Ngāti Hine, the Ngāti Hine Covid-19 Emergency Response Taskforce have partnered with Te Maara a Hineāmaru to release a Marae Guidelines Toolkit to support hapū and marae trustees. The group have created a resource toolkit that addresses the practicalities of gatherings [...]

Ngāti Hine Responds to Level Two

2020-05-14T18:05:00+12:00Categories: News|

MEDIA STATEMENT – 14 MAY 2020  Ngāti Hine Responds to Level Two Te Manawaroa o Ngāti Hine community response group while supportive of the government’s Covid-19 alert level guidelines, the group is developing its own tailored version to suit local conditions. Pita Tipene, chair for Te Manawaroa said, “A finer and more detailed brush is needed [...]

He mihi ki nga Naahi – International Nurses Day today

2020-05-12T10:44:15+12:00Categories: News|

International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world every May 12, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth. ICN commemorates this day each year. For more information click this link  Thank you to all of our wonderful nurses here at Ngati Hine Health Trust, to our nurses around the motu, puta atu ki te ao - we appreciate what [...]

Tamara Birchall’s long, hard road to becoming a doctor

2020-05-12T10:39:20+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Tamara Birchall was born and raised in Kaikohe in the Far North, but it was a year living on First Nation reservations in Canada as a teenager which inspired her to become a doctor and give back to her local community. It was a long, hard road for Dr Birchall, who lost her mother to cancer [...]