Te Puna June 2019
In this issue of Te Puna:
* From the Editor * Tumuaki Update* Pigeon Valley Fire - From an evacuee's pojnt of view and Through the eyes of a TPO Navigator* New contraception charges at INP Medical Centre Nelson from 1st April* Nurse Practitioners New Zealand Evolution Conference* Gumboots Day 2019* New Zealand's geographical centre shifts east and hops islands* Race Unity Day at Victory Square Park* What to do with your Pakohe?* Rā whānau kia koe Coralie* Te Puna kai Ora* Kōrero mai, Kōrero atu, Mauri tu, Mauri ora* Nau mai, haere mai! Ngā kaimahi hou* Different world I was walking into* Introducing Tūhono* Employment Matters* ‘Burnout' added to WHO's official disease list* Te Kaunihera o ngā Neehi Māori - Hui ā Tau
Te Puna March 2019
* Whakapapa o te Pare* Whakamānawa te whare Te Piki Oranga Waimeha* Kaikoura Trip … A wonderful day had by all* CAMHS BBQ must go on despite the weather* Te Pataka Māori Night Market* Passed with flying colours* A great night at Mākete Pō* Healthy and economical school lunches at the KaiFest* Waitangi Day* Moko kauae* A surprise massage and lunch for our Kaumātua Whakatū rōpū* Car wash fundraising for Whenua-Iti* Kirihimete at Kaiteriteri for Motueka Kaumātua rōpū* Concelebrated Christmas for Motueka adult mental health whānau* Self-testing for cervical cancer could save Māori women* Nau mai, haere mai ngā Kaimahi hou!* Snapshots of Stoke Youth Holiday Programmes
Te Puna December 2018
* Wāhine hīkoi* Feel’s like I’m home!* Pacific at it’s beautiful best!* Our Lindi - Auahi kore* NMIT graduate advocates for health* Purapura Wānanga* Nau mai, haere mai ki ngā Kaimahi hou* Royal visit* Inner darkness and light* AGM 2018* No more letting fees* Bullying in Aotearoa schools under scrutiny* Panic attacks and anxiety episodes linked to vitamin deficiencies* Health checks at Nelson Kai Fest and community day* Office closure and helplines* Kia toi te mana, kia tau te mauri* Diabetes awareness afternoon
Te Puna September 2018
* Forging our own path for Māori wellbeing reflected in our new Strategic Plan* Toitu Te Whenua 2018* New beginnings and new challenges at our new whare* The Big Latch On* Bowel Screening Programme launched at Wairau Hospital* Pamper Day ... a way of giving something back to themselves* Matariki Celebration 2018* Ra’iatea, new build at Te Piki Oranga ki Motueka* Health Promotion at the Regional Kapa Haka Competitions* Manaaki whenua Manaaki Kaimahi Haere whakamua* Problem Gambling – Lived Experience* Safe Home Visits* Nau mai, haere mai ki ngā Kaimahi hou!
Te Puna June 2018
In this issue of Te Puna:* Te Pae Oranga Iwi Community Panels launch* Low level offenders get chance to face up to peers rather than courts* Te Manu Aute o Te Piki Oranga - The Kite of Te Piki Oranga* Ngā Puna Rangatira* Letter from the Library (Hoodrats)* Māori Tikanga Wananga … A great way to re-connect with Tikanga and Kawa* Casual racism inspires young nurse’s commitment to Māori healthcare* Shot Bro: A Kōrero of hope* Motueka Cancer Kōrero 2018* Tane Ora to the rescue!* Why have a free heart and diabetes check?* Holistic approach to all aspects of health* To celebrate that most people and places are smokefree* Nau mai, Haere mai ngā Kaimahi hou!* Hei kona!
Te Puna March 2018
In this issue of Te Puna:* A win for Koroua and Kuia* Got a cough?* What is Accreditation?* Any door is the right door* Working in partnership to provide health checks a success* Fun and laughter for positive mental health* He aha te take* Tikanga a mate* Families package* Nau mai, haere mai ngā kaimahi hou!* Healthy homes
Te Puna December 2017
In this issue of Te Puna:* Te Piki Oranga helps drive Te Tau Ihu health outcomes* Buck's Parakuihi (Breakfast)* Māori Tikanga Wananga at Te Hora Pa* Health and wellbeing community clinic in Whakatū* Twinkly Toes in Whakatū* Motueka Te Oranga Pai* Taiopenga 2017 Wairau* Put away that cellphone for better mental health* How can you stress less at Christmas* Kaimahi profiles* Office closure and helplines
Te Puna September 2017
In this issue of Te Puna:* Looking back and looking ahead* Dental care for kids - it's time to make a change* Find out about Te Piki Oranga's new Maori Cultural Competency Framework* Mātāriki celebration* Noho Pakari Tū Kaha ki te Hora Marae* The effects of untreated hearing loss* Matua Andy shares a life lesson he learned at our Cancer Kōrero* Smokefree success story: Simon Duffy* Kaimahi profiles
Te Puna June 2017
In this issue of Te Puna:* Being strong for our people* Decolonisation* Tane ora at Whakatū - going from strength to strength* For rangatahi by rangatahi - at Waimeha* Wairau - Whakakorikori Tinana / Sit and Be Fit* Motueka - Tangata Whaiora korero* Teaching through Ngā Manu Kōrero* Kaimahi Profiles* New stop smoking services aim for success
Te Puna March 2017
In this issue of Te Puna:* Leadership - Hauora* We're aiming to reduce Māori suicide rates* The inspiration behind Te Puna Hauora* Christmas Barbeque for Rangatahi and their Whānau at Tahunanui* Te Piki Oranga represented at the Heart of the Community* New Stop Smoking Service* One Tamariki Ora Nurse's story* Whānau offer feedback on care model* Te Piki Oranga's very own Maui and Moana make waves!* Kaimahi Profiles* New Website and Online Referral System
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