Te Puni Kokiri

Language preference: Māori English

Language preference: Māori English

Haere mai,
Nau mai

E tipu, e rea, mō ngā rā o tōu ao; ko tō ringa ki ngā rākau a te Pākehā hei ara mō tō tinana, ko tō ngākau ki ngā tāonga a ō tīpuna Māori hei tikitiki mō tō mahuna; ko tō wairua ki te atua, nāna nei ngā mea katoa

Grow up in the mode of your day and age, your hands grasping the working tools of the Pakeha for your physical well-being, your thoughts ever mindful

Turner whānau papakāinga opening

The Turner whānau have opened their papakāinga in Ngāruawāhia. It all started about three years ago when they agreed their Whānau Ora plan through Te Puni Kōkiri WIIE fund.

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New Māori Economic Report Launched

The newly Tairāwhiti Māori Economic Development Report has been launched, the report explores the economic opportunities available within the Tairāwhiti region for Māori, whānau, hapū and iwi.

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Changes proposed to the care and protection of children

A major transformational programme is underway to deliver a new child-centred operating model for vulnerable children and young people. To find out more read here.

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Te Ritorito 2017 Forum

Registrations are now open for Te Ritorito 2017, our inaugural whānau, hapū and iwi wellbeing forum.

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Freshwater Improvement Fund open for applications

  • Date: 29 March 2017 to 13 April 2017

The funding round will close midday on 13 April 2017. Learn more.

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Ngā Kanohi Kitea development grants now open

  • Date: 29 March 2017 to 30 March 2017

Ngā Kanohi Kitea development grants are now open. Applications close 27 April 2017.

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Te Mātāwai Hui

  • Date: 30 March 2017
  • Location: Harvard Lounge, 31 Corsair Drive, Wigram, Christchurch

Te Mātāwai, the new Māori language entity, want Māori in Christchurch to help create its strategic direction for revitalising the language.

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Mō Te Puni Kōkiri

Who we are

Te Puni Kōkiri leads Māori Public Policy and advises on policy affecting Māori wellbeing.

We are the principal advisor on Government-Māori relationships. We monitor policy and legislation, and we provide government with high quality policy advice.

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