“I like taking the kids back to Waitara and Urenui. Going back home and realising that wi-fi is not the norm … that Sky television is not normal either. Most of the whānau don’t have doors on their bedrooms, let alone wallpaper on the walls. There’s a stark contrast that they can see.”Read More
Author: Dale Husband
“If you understand the technology and how to use it, then you can deliver important messages.” Gaming developer and winner of Māori Entrepreneurial Leader award, Maru Nihoniho.Read More
“We grew up on our marae at Waipatu and we didn’t know there were Pākehā. We only saw and breathed Māori until Sunday school, or until we had to go to the dentist or the doctor. They were the only Pākehā we saw.”Read More
“I’ve been through tough times … and it’s made me much better equipped to do the health work that I do now, because I understand, through my own experience, just how tough disabilities and mental health problems can be on families.” – Counties Manukau DHB chair Mark Gosche.Read More
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