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Posted on 16 September, 2021

Mauri Stone Ceremony Golden Bay High School

Manawhenua ki Mohua have revised the start time of the ceremony to now commence at 5.00 am - revised invitation attached.

Also, please can you advise if anyone has any special dietary restrictions e.g. gluten free, vegetarian etc.

 

For more info click here

 

Posted on 31 August, 2021

Karawhiua vaccination campaign update Te Tauihu

Karawhiua vaccination campaign update Te Tauihu

 As of tomorrow, 1 September vaccination is available to anyone aged 12+.


All eligible whānau members are able to book in together.

 

There are plenty of options for getting the vaccine, marae, GP or pharmacy and currently, there are mega walk-in clinics in Blenheim and Nelson.

 

For our Te Tauihu marae bookings call 0800 ORANGA (672 642). anyone outside of the rohe can visit: www.bookmyvaccine.nz

 

Here is a link the new national Karawhiua panui featuring Whakatū   Marae!

https://newsletter.hpa.org.nz/t/ViewEmail/r/6DA060005E8683972540EF23F30FEDED/FD6E732FDE18DD1FA59E36EABE90D08E

 

Posted on 26 August, 2021

Te Kotahi o Te Tauihi

Te Kotahi o Te Tauihi

New whānau hotline number
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,

Just a quick note around our 0800 hotline number.

Today, we are transitioning to a new provider after a few issues with the old number.

The new number for support referrals for whānau Māori in Te Tauihu is 0800 514 358.

We have also set up an email address for referrals: awhi@kotahitehoe.org.nz  Whānau can email us their number and we will call them back as soon as possible. 

If you have ANY questions or needs around kai, housing, employment/training or wellbeing, please do get in touch. 

Ngā mihi,

Lorr

Dr Lorr Eade, Pouwhakahaere Rauemi (Operations Manager) | Te Kotahi o Te Tauihu Charitable Trust
 

Posted on 18 August, 2021

Notice from Te Ātiawa Trust Office

Notice from Te Ātiawa Trust Office

18th August, 2021

Kia ora koutou e te iwi

Your Trust wish to advise that in light of the current unfolding Covid-19 Pandemic situation, and due to the fact that all Aotearoa are operating on Alert Level 4, the Office must close for the instructed three (3) days and possibly may be extended depending on advice from the Government.   If this does happen you will be updated.

In the first instance if you need to contact the office please email office@teatiawatrust.co.nz .   Your email will be replied to at the earliest possible opportunity.   Due to the closure, and as per Ministry advice, staff will be off site and working where possible.

On the Trust Website there is a link to the Ministry of Health COVID-19 daily updates Click here>> and you are encouraged to review this to be informed of any changes around the present lockdown.

If you do need to speak to a Trust Operations team member then they can be contacted on the following numbers:

Chief Executive Officer Richardt Prosch..... 027 573 5170

Chief Financial Officer Lesley Udy................ 027 282 9977

Cultural Manager – Amai Thompson........... 027 382 8853

Resource Consents – Sylvie Heard............... 027 382 8017

Nelson/Golden Bay – Daren Horne.............. 027 380 5522

Registrations – Noelene McEwen................. 027 382 7371

Registrations Assistant – Roera Spence

Office – Pare Puketapu.................................. 027 382 9453

Executive Assistant......................................... 027 355 9033

Please take extra care of yourself, whānau, friends and neighbours at this trying time.

Reduce Contact.   Reduce Risk.    Reduce Spread

 

Posted on 18 August, 2021

COVID VACCINATION

COVID VACCINATION

Morena e te iwi,

 

These are the latest comms regarding the vaccinations:

 

He aha: Ka nuku Aotearoa ki te Pae Mataara 4 – Aotearoa NZ to move to Alert Level 4

Mai: 11: 59 PM, 17/08/2021 – for 7 days, to be revised in 3 days

 

Vaccination Programme  

  • We want everyone in Aotearoa who has a booking in the system to get vaccinated but we do need to prioritise the safety of whānau first. To limit the movement of whānau during Level 4, the vaccination programme will pause for all of Aotearoa for an initial period of 48 hours.
  • This means that all vaccination centres in Aotearoa will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday and appointments are cancelled - people who have appointments on these days will hear from the Ministry of Health soon to provide information on rebooking. You will be contacted by text, email or phone call.

 

 

General key messages received from DPMC last night:

All of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 4 at 11.59pm tonight. 

  • A positive case of COVID-19 has been identified in the Auckland community with no link established between the border or managed isolation.
  • In response, New Zealand moves to Alert Level 4 at 23:59pm tonight for seven days with a review at day 3.
  • There are no new cases to report from managed isolation or at the border.
  • This is a response to a community case in Auckland which is currently under investigation and possibly linked to the Delta variant.   
  • The decision to change Alert Levels reinforces the need to take swift and robust action around the latest case to detect and stamp out the possibility of any further transmission.   
  • An intensive source investigation around the latest case is being undertaken by the Auckland Regional Public Health service (ARPHS) along with public health actions and alert level changes outlined today, are designed to break any potential chains of transmission.

Locations of interest 

  • There are several locations of interest in in Auckland and Coromandel. Check the Ministry of Health website for the most up to date information.  

 

Alert Level 4

  • Stay in your immediate household bubble and only go out for essential personal movements and doing essential work.
  • Safe recreational activity is allowed in your local area
  • Face coverings are required when out in public and on all public transport and domestic flights
  • Businesses are closed except for essential services, such as: Supermarkets, Pharmacies, Medical clinics, Petrol stations, Lifeline utilities
  • All educational facilities are closed. 
  • All public facilities are closed for example libraries, museums, cinemas, food courts, gyms, pools, amusement parks, playgrounds and farmers’ markets.  
  •  Public open spaces for example parks may be used, but people need to keep 2 metres apart from people outside their bubbles.  
  •  No gatherings are allowed. 

 

Travel under Alert Level 4

  • Personal travel - including the use of private cars or public transport - is only permitted within territorial authority, and for essential personal movement as defined in Health Act order of 3 April 2020. 
  • If you are away from home, you can travel for the purposes of returning to your home.  
  • You should not travel out of your region unless you have to. This is vital to us getting on top of the situation. Strict criteria will apply to those who want to travel during the current Alert Level 4 restrictions.  

Healthcare under Level 4

  • Hospitals operate in line with the National Hospital Response Framework. 
  • Primary and community health providers will operate in line with the Community Response Framework. 
  • Only urgent acute care is conducted in person, maintaining public health guidelines. Routine care is postponed. 
  • Residential facilities remain open with strict visitor policies. In- home visiting required for priority populations. 
  • Pharmacies remain open. 

 

Vaccination Programme  

  • We want everyone in Aotearoa who has a booking in the system to get vaccinated but we do need to prioritise the safety of whānau first. To limit the movement of whānau during Level 4, the vaccination programme will pause for all of Aotearoa for an initial period of 48 hours.
  • This means that all vaccination centres in Aotearoa will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday and appointments are cancelled - people who have appointments on these days will hear from the Ministry of Health soon to provide information on rebooking. You will be contacted by text, email or phone call.

 

Financial support for individuals and whānau

Because of COVID-19, financial pressure will be a reality for many. Help is available if you’re experiencing financial distress.

 

Info I te reo – please share and use the links as fit.

He aha: Ka nuku Aotearoa ki te Pae Mataara 4 – Aotearoa NZ to move to Alert Level 4

Mai: 11: 59 PM, 17/08/2021 – for 7 days, to be revised in 3 days

Rapua he kōrero anō mō te Pae Mataara 4.

Ka wawe tonu te whanaketanga o te mōhiohio, mō ngā mōhiohio hou rawa me auau te hihira i te paetukutuku Unite Against COVID-19 a te Kāwanatanga o Aotearoa.

Hei āwhina ki te tiaki i ā tātou hapori:

  • kia auau te hihira me te whai i ngā tohutohu hou a Te Manatū Hauora
  • me noho taratahi, ka waea i te Healthline (0800 358 5453) ki te whakarite whakamātautau mēnā he tohumate KOWHEORI-19 āu. He kore utu te whakamātautau mā ngā tāngata katoa o Aotearoa kua tohua kia haere kia whakamātautauria e tētahi mātanga hauora
  • Whakakāngia te whakatewhatewha Hono iarere, ka whai haere i ngā wāhi kua tae koe mā te taupānga NZ COVID Tracer
  • kia auau tonu te horoi i ō ringa
  • mau ārai kanohi i ngā ikiiki tūmatanui katoa, ā, i te wā e uaua ana te tū tīrara.

Ētahi atu mōhiohio i te reo Māori

Rapu kōrero atu anō mō:

Ngā kōpare me ngā ārai kanoh

 

Ngā mihi maioha,

 

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