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A bilingual interactive production merges science with pūrākau.
Just weeks out from Christmas, the factory of Pipi Mā as robbed of thousands of dollars’ worth of goods from technology to money
Ngā Whare Waatea Marae has opened its doors to help those in need this Christmas.
A bilingual live science show is teaching kids about science through pūrākau, or Māori stories and legends.
Various organisations are getting behind the Auckland City Mission in time for the festive season. As Te Okiwa McLean reports, those involved say they will need more helping hands to ensure all children in need get the Christmas they deserve.
The number of children under the poverty line could fill Auckland’s Eden Park twice over. That's according to new figures from the 2018 Child Poverty Monitor. The Children's Commissioner says this year's report looks into food, education, health and housing, and should shock New Zealanders.
“Koinei te wahanga o te tau e tino pukumahi ana mātou ki te tuku i ngā perehana ki ngā tamariki mokopuna o te ao whānui tonu, e pokea katoatia ana mātou, ka tūponohia tēnei āhuaranga – hōhā, hōhā ake nei.” – Kristin Ross, Pipi Mā
Out of five thousand homes assessed by the online test ‘Home Fit’, only 150 met the warm, safe and dry standards. The chief executive of the Green Building Council says with a lot of homes not being upgraded in decades, a fail means they can change that.
Te Atihaunui a Pāpārangi descendant Jess Tyson was placed in the top 12 in the Miss World 2018 competition in Sanya, China over the weekend. Our Miss World NZ caught up with our reporter Te Rina Kowhai about her experience and being awarded a special addition to her title.
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