Read more about the article Meditation and yoga workshop builds resilience
Kailasa NZ connected with the Māori community at the Matai Whetū marae during the weekend. Photo: SUPPLIED

Meditation and yoga workshop builds resilience

A yoga and meditation workshop held in Thames recently aimed at giving participants tools to tackle physical and mental wellbeing.Kailasa New Zealand (Life Bliss of New Zealand Charitable Trust) held…

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Read more about the article Space destroyed by fire gets new life
Alex Heremaia and Waikino School principal Jo Wheway cut the first pizza from the new Whare Manu. Photo: KELLEY TANTAU

Space destroyed by fire gets new life

Pizzas are churning out of Waikino School’s Whare Manu space yet again, after a fire destroyed their original pizza oven and caused $68,000 in damage.The blaze, which started from the…

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Read more about the article ‘Give what you can, take what you need’
The kaumātua and kaiāwhina of Te Whāriki Manawāhine o Hauraki’s new Pātaka Kai food rescue at its launch on June 24. Photo: KELLEY TANTAU

‘Give what you can, take what you need’

Te Whāriki Manawāhine o Hauraki (Hauraki Women’s Refuge) has officially opened a food rescue for whānau in Paeroa. KELLEY TANTAU was invited to its launch. Pātaka Kai, Hauraki’s newest food…

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