Whiria Te Muka

Aug. 1, 2019, 1:47 p.m.

Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence within our homes is not easy to kōrero about and we don't always want to believe that we have a problem with violence or you feel like you have no one you can trust, visit Whiria Te Muka at the back of the Aupōuri Building in Kaitāia as they have programmes that could benefit the whānau


Social & Health Outcomes Priority for Te Hiku, NZ Police

Whiria Te Muka, the police/Te Hiku Iwi partnership aims to reduce family harm and uplift whānau. Callie Corrigan has more
2 years, 6 months

Callie Corrigan

Toi Tangata are specialists in the area of positive health, fitness, and nutrition
6 years, 10 months

Erena Hodgkinson: Iron Maori 2016

Ona tino hua
6 years, 5 months

Lockdown Will Challenge Whānau

Callie Corrigan talks about the work Whiria Te Muka alongside NZ Police are doing to focus on whānau harm during the lockdown
3 years, 2 months