The man behind Rotorua’s kūmara revitalisation is Te Rangikaheke Bidois from Kai Rotorua. He says growing kai, particularly the kūmara, goes back to his whakapapa.
Rejuvenating physical and mental wellbeing, whakawhanaungatanga, and wānanga for whānau is at the fore of the Waikawa Restoration Project. Healthy Families Rotorua systems innovators, Stevee
Waitawa Stream is on its way to becoming a healthy habitat where freshwater plants and animals can flourish. The Waitawa Restoration Project is a collaboration
Taonga puoro (Māori musical instruments) are proving to be effective tools in reducing respiratory issues for Māori men. Rotorua Smokefree Partnership Group reconvened for the
Healthy Families Rotorua is seeking Te Arawa perspectives on sleep through a new survey released today. The Te Arawa Sleep strategy is a kaupapa Māori
The incredible energy of maramataka and Matariki has inspired 2022 for Healthy Families Rotorua. Healthy Families Rotorua manager, Jenny Kaka-Scott, says key outcomes achieved this
Hoki atu ki tōu maunga kia purea ai e koe ki ngā hau o Tāwhirimātea.Return to your mountain to be cleansed by the winds of
Te Arawa stories will be at the fore of a new activation to get more people walking and biking on the city’s shared footpaths and roads.
Healthy Families Rotorua is working with Kai Rotorua to plant a special maara Matariki for the city’s official umu kohukohu whetū next year. Lead systems