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Pacific Music Awards

Charmeyne Te Nana-Willliams and Pati Umaga attended the Pacific Music Awards at the Vodafone Events Centre in Auckland on Thursday night the 30th of May.  It was a wonderful night that celebrated the best that the Pacific Music industry has to offer.  Minister Turia...

Tikanga Works article by Anahera Herbert-Graves

We have Anahera Herbert-Graves (CEO, Te Runanga o Ngāti Kahu) explain the prinicipals of Pono, Tika and Aroha in Tikanga Works that we use in our organisation.  It’s part of our Knowledge Base section under Resources that explains some of the tools and models we...

Waimarie Whare

Monday the 14th of November saw the opening of Waimarie Whare in West Aucklands lovely Babich Vineyards area. The whare is a partnership between What Ever it Takes Trust and Housing New Zealand and is a “House of Hope” for whanau affected by Serious Injury resulting...

The Silent Battle

Journalist Chris Barton from the NZ Weekend Herald wrote an article around the abuse and consequent battle that whānau with disability can be subjected to. It’s often a story we hear far too frequent unfortunately and so the article was written to encourage people to...

Caring Moments Exhibition

This collection of beautiful heartwarming images by Terry Winn began during an outing when the well known New Zealand photographer observed an elderly couple enjoying a picnic in the sun. The wife’s attentive support for her disabled husband made Terry wonder about...

Korerorero Tahi

What Ever It Takes E-Newsletter – what’s going on in the world of whānau and disability. Just a snapshot! Click here to read the full newsletter....