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.
Matariki, the celestial marker of the Māori New Year, which has been celebrated across Aotearoa throughout July will become an official public holiday. New Zealand
He mihi tēnei nā ō karangatanga, nā He Oranga Whānau Aotearoa. Healthy Families Rotorua and the wider Healthy Families NZ whānau congratulate Cathy Cooney, co-Chair
Healthy Families Rotorua and Te Arawa Whānau Ora have completed #MayChallenge2021 – an initiative to get staff active, connected, and prepared for the winter season.
If you’re open to change you’re an innovator. That’s the call from Healthy Families Rotorua leader, Mapihi Raharuhi, who left the organisation this month to
Megan Lacey (Te Arawa/Ngāpuhi) joins the Healthy Families Rotorua team and brings an impressive set of skills fit to her role as the new Lead
Healthy Families Rotorua continues to encourage community voices to make submissions to the proposed Te Taumata Arowai – Water Services Bill. Manager for Healthy Families