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  • Two rangatahi hui highlight E Tū Whānau’s commitment to meaningful and long term change in the wellbeing of all in...

  • Radio Kahungunu Rangatahi announcer Crystal Edwards (Ngāti Kahungunu, Te Aitanga a Mahaki) is a dynamo. The 29-year-old broadcaster and film...

  • Congratulations to everyone who entered the third E Tū Whānau Rangatahi Film Awards.  The awards ceremony was held in Ōtaki...

  • E Tū Whānau has partnered with the Upper Central Zone Rugby League to develop an ‘E Tū Tāne’ strategy that...

  • Iwi festivals are summer highlights for whānau throughout Aotearoa and the 23rd annual Te Rā o Te Raukura 2016 with...

  • Na Tāmihana Katene I pōrukuruku te rangi i te taunga mai o te mate ki te waiponapona Kua tau kē...

  • Tamihana Katene didn’t mince words when he sat down to write a powerful haka for the Ngāti Pōneke Young Māori...

  • Aliya and WOWMA Youth Leader Radiya Ali, have just returned to New Zealand from New York where they took part...

  • E Tū Whanau’s values are firmly rooted in Te Ao Māori and the experience of whānau but they’re meaningful, and...

  • The following story is an extract from an interview with Hashem Slaimankhel in 2015 as part of a publication to...

  • For thousands of refugees, migrants and overseas visitors to Christchurch Ngāi Tahu kuia, Sally Pitman, is the embodiment of manaakitanga. As...