It’s Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori / Māori Language Week so in tribute to that… Check out some excellent online resources and take a moment! https://www.reomaori.co.nz/ Gardening by the Maramataka/Māori lunar calendar...
Kiwis have used lots of words to describe how they’re feeling – anxious, overwhelmed, hōhā, over it – but at the end of the day, it all came down to one word: we’re all feeling a bit meh. And, that’s totally understandable. With lockdown extended in Auckland, the...
The plan aimed to help 100 acute mental health or addiction patients transition from inpatient wards in hospitals back into the community, by providing housing and other wraparound support.
“So many families don’t get that second chance we do here, and we were so lucky..." says Martin's ex-wife.
Half of the world’s children experience violence on and offline in some form every year
One Maori word for kite is... come and join us, New Lynn Library, 3 Memorial Drive, New Lynn
"Everyone's asking me how I feel about giving the medal back. I feel nothing about giving the medal back but I feel just a profound sense of sadness that no-one's listening, it's not fair."
Nearly 50 years after Dr Selwyn Leeks' methods started torturing children at Lake Alice psychiatric hospital he may finally face criminal charges.
"There was a striking lack of psychiatrist input into the man’s care, and the processes of discharging and transferring the man from the various parts of BOPDHB’s Mental Health Service were extremely poor," Health & Disability Commissioner Kevin Allan said.
NZ Herald reporter Chris Lynch reports that 'the Ministry of Health is accused of being deceitful and I can understand why'. Mental Health Foundation's Shaun Robinson said these figures represent some of our most vulnerable people, and this was a worrying lack of...
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