Healthy Families Rotorua is incorporating Māori systems regeneration into its Play space to get kids active. New Zealand is the second most obese country in
Pirihira Whata in a Zoom meeting about the Matariki kaupapa.
What was once a swamp at the mouth of the Utuhina stream, is now a maara kai in Ōhinemutu providing sustenance for the community and
Healthy Families Rotorua introduces its newest team member, Stevee Wikiriwhi, who moved back to her roots after an 18-year hiatus. Stevee (Tūhourangi, Ngāti Whakaue) returned
The resurgence of maramataka is influencing the way many people go about their lives – and Rotorua is preparing to showcase it to the world.
Rotorua retiree Wayne Evans loves to teach people to fish and garden so jumped at the opportunity to share his knowledge with iwi at a
In a nod to Mahuru Māori, Healthy Families Rotorua farewelled National Strategic Communications Manager Heeni Brown with a hākari (feast), complete with kai foraged from
Te Arawa Whānau Ora, Healthy Families Rotorua and Lakes District Health Board are working collaboratively with local champions and organisations to identify, design and implement
Healthy Families Rotorua is thrilled to welcome Mariana Vercoe to the team as its new project coordinator. Mariana’s no stranger to the Haupapa Street office.