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Te Pire mō Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Bill - Third reading - Part 15

Provided by http://www.inthehouse.co.nz Produced by Tandem Studios Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/INOw/
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Te Reo Ākina with Ra Pomare // Day 3 // Māori Language Week Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2016

This year's theme is ākina te reo/language of support—using phrases that encourage people to do their best! Learn a different phrase every day this wee
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Maori culture part II | New Zealand

Visiting our friend Frank and his family in Rotorua was one of the best days in New Zealand. We could talk about Maori culture, try typical Maori food
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Ohau Maori Youth Club, Māori ‎– Maori Songs (1963) - New Zealand

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Nowhere to go for grieving Maori

Nowhere to go for grieving Maori | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
Grieving Maori on Auckland's North Shore are holding funerals in their backyards because they have nowhere else to go.
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This is a big issue for Maori in our neighbourhood, so hoping we get the support from the local community

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Married parents vs cohabiting parents

Married parents vs cohabiting parents | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ Married parents are economically advantaged and less likely to separate.”
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It's interesting to see that parents being married (and therefore committed publicly to each other) has a such a significant impact on the educational achievement of their children. Will this trend continue in future years?
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Review: 'Do Fathers Matter?' by Paul Raeburn

Review: 'Do Fathers Matter?' by Paul Raeburn | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ Devote a fleeting thought to your father and you can instantly answer the question posed in the title of Paul Raeburn's new book, "Do Fathers Matter? What Science Is Telling Us About the Parent We've Overlooked." For most of us, the answer is yes.”
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Living with a husband’s chronic illness has a bad effect on his wife’s health

Living with a husband’s chronic illness has a bad effect on his wife’s health | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ I’m not alone in living with chronic illness, but that doesn’t make the pain and sadness any easier.”
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9 Signs Your Marriage Is In Serious Trouble

9 Signs Your Marriage Is In Serious Trouble | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ After decades of being a therapist and lover of self-help books, I've come to realize that red flags usually appear fairly early on in a relationship that can signal eventual disaster if they're not dealt with....”
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Why doctors are making a new push for parents to read to kids — even infants

Why doctors are making a new push for parents to read to kids — even infants | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ For the first time, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued guidelines on reading to kids — including infants. Start early, read often and if a family may be too poor to have its own books”
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New Maori housing strategy launched - Radio New Zealand

New Maori housing strategy launched - Radio New Zealand | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ Radio New Zealand New Maori housing strategy launched Radio New Zealand Mr Houghton said the Government had put $900,000 into the Kaitaia housing project, through its Rural and Maori Housing funds, and the trust had raised the same amount.”
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Ricky Houghton's work is inspirational. I was up there in April and went to visit the housing location, I could see it working so well. Kia kaha, and thank heavens for committed, entrepreneurs.
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New asthma regime to help Maori - Radio New Zealand

New asthma regime to help Maori - Radio New Zealand | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“New asthma regime to help Maori Radio New Zealand A treatment regime for asthma which will significantly benefit Maori needs to be better promoted by health providers, a doctor says.”
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We know that this works because it removes the likelihood of only having half the treatment. Whanau struggle to pay for meds, so make choices about which one can be bought. When the treatment ia an integrated product such as this, we know whanau will purchase it and use it in this way. Removing the choice in this instance is an advantage and improves health outcomes
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Infographic: The Impact of Health Literacy

Infographic: The Impact of Health Literacy | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
Infographic: being a patient - it's a job no one wants and almost no one is prepared for. The number of people considered to have low health literacy is staggering, ...
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Matariki (TE REO MAORI)

Ka rongo ngā uwha mahi nui i te kōrero papai mō Matariki me ōna uwha huhū, wheowheo, pākati e mahitahi ana mō te kaupapa rangatira. Kete Kōrero - is
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Maori Art In The Foyer 2016

Papakura hold its annual Maori Art In the Foyer at the local Papakura Museum and Library center. Featuring Matua Haare Williams - opening the day Pita Ture
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Saving Te Reo Māori

Saving Te Reo - ACG Strathallan Global Perspectives Music - Proclaim The Dawn (Instrumental) by Landmrks Credits - Kelda Elborough, Shivana Sami, Toni
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Waka Huia 2016 Rahera Shortland, fashionista and Māori language expert

TAIEA: A fashionista who rose above the criticism of her mother to become one of NZ’s best language exponents, Rahera Shortland (Ngapuhi) reveals how eas
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Tobacco still a ticking time bomb for Maori and Pacific - TangataWhenua.com: Maori News & Views

Tobacco still a ticking time bomb for Maori and Pacific - TangataWhenua.com: Maori News & Views | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
Newly-released statistics show Maori and Pacific smoking rates have fallen considerably in New Zealand, but national tobacco control services say…
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Women more aggressive to partners than men | BPS


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More Kids Born Outside Marriage, but Fewer Teen Births - The Numbers - WSJ

More Kids Born Outside Marriage, but Fewer Teen Births - The Numbers - WSJ | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ More children are born outside of wedlock, but fewer are born to teen moms, according to a report released by the Census Bureau on Tuesday.”
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The Long-Term Effects of Becoming a Single Mother | Family Studies

The Long-Term Effects of Becoming a Single Mother | Family Studies | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it

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Our Love Affair With Predicting Divorce

Our Love Affair With Predicting Divorce | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“ Can psychologists tell if you’re going to break up? Some claim it’s possible, and while they have their critics, the idea that divorce is predictable continues to appeal.”
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6 Reasons To Lose Weight That Have Nothing To Do With Fitting Into Your Skinny Jeans

6 Reasons To Lose Weight That Have Nothing To Do With Fitting Into Your Skinny Jeans | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“If you're carrying a little extra weight, you probably already know there are a host of health-related reasons to slim down. Even small changes on the scale can improve blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol, diabetes and heart health.But those...”
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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, July 11, 2014 3:55 PM

There is more to life than just looking good but also being healthy.  Unfortunately one of the biggest reasons people diet is because they want to fit into old clothes or look good.  While this is not a bad reason, it should be not the first, second or third reasons.  Health is always the key and this article looks at six other reasons to lose weight

If you are interested in becoming a health care life coach, then please review the program.

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Māori Parenting Course already a hit - Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Māori Parenting Course already a hit - Scoop.co.nz (press release) | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“Māori Parenting Course already a hit Scoop.co.nz (press release) She was speaking as guest of honour at the recent launch of a new parenting course for Māori parents called Building Awesome Whānau Toolbox.”
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In my work experience, I come across children whose parenting has left them with less of the confidence and resilience that our tai tamariki need for the unknown and quickly changing future that is in front of them. A few of our parents are unskilled in terms of how to put their children's safety ahead of their own addictions and hobbies, and they learned this from their own upbringing. Yes poverty and inequality and colonisation have a big part in explaining how we got to this point, but the action needed to turn the corner is for whole whanau to learn about parenting, in the same way that we have to learn how to drive, how to work and how to cook. Parenting is the most important job we ever do, yet we get the least training for it. This programme is about turning the tide. We need more of these opportunities.
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Maori, rural men avoid prostate check - study - Stuff.co.nz

Maori, rural men avoid prostate check - study - Stuff.co.nz | Te Ao Maori | Scoop.it
“Stuff.co.nz Maori, rural men avoid prostate check - study Stuff.co.nz "Among our findings, we have found significant variation in screening between GP practices with Maori and rural men less likely to be screened." The study found Maori men were...”
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Seems amazing that we get prostrate cancer less frequently than Non-Maori but sadly, we are not unfamiliar with the reality that we die more frequently from it. Encourage our men to get themselves checked.
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