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The first of the Tūhoe iwi’s two new medical clinics serving people “in the middle of nowhere” is ready for its formal opening, despite COVID-19 disruptions. The clinic is nearly two hours’ drive from the nearest major centre, Rotorua, and the rural iwi’s main Kawerau clinic. Iwi clinical director and GP Emily McNicholas tells New Zealand Doctor the Ruatahuna clinic is a test-bed for embracing...

It's been two months since a video of a newborn baby being taken from its mother in Hastings sparked national outrage.   Since then, four inquiries have been launched and the Ministry for Children, Oranga Tamariki, has promised to do better.   And despite seething anger from many in Māoridom, iwi are still willing to work with the department.   Mitch McCann travelled to Tūhoe country, where a...

Tūhoe and Oranga Tamariki will work together to move at-risk children out of state care and into safe, loving homes connected with their wider whānau, under a Relationship Agreement signed in Tāneatua yesterday. View...

More families will be putting their hand up to provide safe homes for children after Tūhoe signed an agreement with Oranga Tamariki, an iwi leader says. Under the agreement, Oranga Tamariki will notify the iwi of any tamariki with Tūhoe whakapapa coming into their care. View...

Last night a strategic partnership to see less children in state care was signed between Oranga Tamariki and Tūhoe. Tāmati Kruger told John Campbell he's not proud it's required but it's time for Tūhoe to address the issue of Māori tamariki in care. Watch video...

Iwi-Oranga Tamariki agreement to ensure ‘culture of care’.   A new agreement between Tuhoe and Oranga Tamariki aims to stop Maori children ending up on a “never-ending treadmill of state care”. Tuhoe iwi and the Ministry for Children, Oranga Tamariki, will be “working on the ground together” to “share responsibilities” after signing a relationship agreement last night in...

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