Kua tawhiti ke to haerenga mai, kia kore koe e haere tonu.

He tino nui rawa au mahi, kia kore koe e mahi nui tonu.

You have come too far, not to go further.

You have done too much, not to do more.

Na Ta Himi Henare


Tena koutou, he mihi mahana tenei kia koutou e nga whanau me te hapori. It is during these difficult times we draw strength from those who laid down a path for us to stand strong and step into the challenge before us, to serve and support the very people and communities we were created for back in 1992. The team here at Ngati Hine Health Trust is doing its best to ensure our mahi can, and will, continue where necessary, as we deal with the fast-changing COVID-19 situation. The Board of Trustees met and encouraged the Ngati Hine Health Trust to do what it needs to do, to support our communities and staff in what is an exceptional time with Covid19.

Engaging with our whanau and communities

We are taking the advice from the Ministry of Health guidelines and are operating with caution to protect our whanau, people and the communities Ngati Hine Health Trust serves.

For health, wellbeing and safety, we are changing the way we engage.  We are taking the advice from the Ministry of Health and are redeploying people and streamlining resources to focus on  how to support our communities during this time. We will be striving to keep the lines of communication open to engage with you our people.

Ngati Hine Health Trust will be working with our marae and other community providers to support whanau as we move into the next alert levels announced by the government.

For up to date information go to the Covid-19 website –

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Kia whakamana te whānau kia anga whakamua ki to oranga. Ko Ngāti Hine Pukepuke rau e kōkiri ana.