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Funding for Aboriginal health staff and Indigenous clinics

“ Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) provide crucial medical care and are often the only health service available in rural and ... View article...

Health service asks for more input from Indigenous community members

Coordinare says it is honouring the voices and perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and recognising the contributions of First ... View article...

Tasmanian Indigenous artist Naarah celebrated with NAIDOC award

A young Aboriginal Tasmanian woman has spoken about fulfilling her childhood dreams as she accepted a national NAIDOC award. View article...

The bridge that's bringing more mob to university

This award winning university bridging program for Aboriginal students is helping more mob get to and through university. View article...

Lack of team time puts Māori rugby off step

Labour's sport and recreation spokesperson says Māori rugby needs more support. For the first time a Japanese XV beat the Māori All Blacks at the ... View article...

Stereotypes leave Māori starved for treatment

Dr Fraser, who chairs the national Māori eating disorders network Te Tira Wānanga Māuiui Kai, says Maori are over-represented in eating disorders ... View article...

Council lighting crossings at last

“Our grassroots are deeply connected to Kahungunu ki Wairarapa,” she said. “As a proudly Māori -owned and Amotai-registered business, we are committed ... View article...

Trilingual sign language interpreter Stephanie Awheto dies

New Zealand's first trilingual interpreter Stephanie Awheto, known for her relentless advocacy towards deaf Māori , passed away over the weekend. View article...