2019 Measles outbreak information

2019 Measles outbreak information

If you catch measles, you can infect others from five days before the rash appears until five days after the rash disappears. The virus is highly contagious and spreads easily from person to person through the air.

If you or a family member suspect you have measles, you should stay at home and call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 611 116. If you have measles, it’s really important to limit spreading it to others, so avoid waiting rooms and please stay at home.

Annual General Meeting 2017

Nau mai! Haere mai! You’re invited!
20 October is our Annual General Meeting

Date: Friday 20th October, 2017
Location: Te Piki Oranga, 281 Queen Street, Richmond.
                   Please go to Level 1, Meeting Room 2.
Time: 10:00am followed by light refreshments.
RSVP: By Monday 16th October, 5pm to admin@tpo.org.nz for catering purposes.

We look forward to welcoming you and others from your organisation to our AGM.

Te Tau Ihu Music Fest 2017

Come and join us to this youth led, community and family friendly event. There is a musical talent competition at the music fest for youth; the main prize of $500 up for grabs.

There will be food stalls, games & spot prizes, open mic stage and community booths.

We are still taking registrations, click on for further information.

Te Piki Oranga Announces New Website Launch

New online referral system for whānau wanting access to Te Piki Oranga Māori Health Services.

The new website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and enhanced rich content focused on the Company's mission to provide health services to Māori.  Health providers and whānau can now sign up to health services provided by Te Piki Oranga through its new website that goes live today, March 7, 2017 and is located at the address: http://www.tpo.org.nz.