Our Stories - September, 2018

I AM ME

posted: 6:00 am - 13th September 2018

Created by women for women, I AM ME is a Wellington-based event where New Zealand wahine can share their experiences for a better future. Read more

Reforming New Zealand’s public sector

posted: 6:00 am - 13th September 2018

The law that formed the public service New Zealand has today was created three decades ago. It is time to update the state sector and public finance laws to make sure our public service has the leadership, agility and adaptability it needs to best serve the people of Aotearoa, and the Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP) is helping make this happen. Read more

Pacific communities tackling violence through faith

posted: 8:00 am - 11th September 2018

An inaugural two-day fono has tackled some tough topics of conversation among Pacific people in New Zealand, while looking at solutions to help the community. Read more

Loss of language leads to loss of cultural heritage

posted: 8:00 am - 7th September 2018

The loss of language leads to the loss of cultural heritage according to Church Minister for the Methodist Church of New Zealand Rev. Kalolo Fihaki Read more

NZ’s biggest school celebrates Māori and Pacific culture and pride

posted: 8:00 am - 6th September 2018

Strengthening cultural pride within the Māori and Pacific community is the overarching goal of hui being staged at Rangitoto College in Auckland this year. Read more