May
17
Tue

Papa Nahi presented at University of Auckland Tomaiora Series

Tomaiora (17/05/2016): As seen in The University of Auckland’s Medical and Health Sciences faculty, Māori and Pacific students are not only reaching tertiary levels of study in significant numbers. Many are thriving in their studies, graduating, and moving on to work as successful professionals across Aotearoa New Zealand.

May
3
Tue

Papa Nahi on Media Take talking about Drug Law Reform

Maori TV Media Take (03/05/2016): On Media Take this week, Russell and Toi will be joined by Papa Nahi of Kaiwhakahaere Māori Public Health, Ross Bell of the NZ Drug Foundation and journalists Tony Wall and Michael Morrah.

April
14
Thu

UN to hear drug addictions as health problem not criminal offence

Maori TV (14/04/2016): Papa Nahi – Hāpai Te Hauora, Ross Bell and Tuari Potiki - NZ Drug Foundation and Minister Dunne on their attendance to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session to present on Drug Policy as part of the New Zealand Delegation

April
13
Wed

Ōrākei Volcanoes take steps to curve obesity

A Ngāti Whātua sports club has banned sugar drinks from its club in the wake of an obesity report that shows more than two thirds of Auckland's adults are obese.

March
1
Tue

"Stop arresting people for drugs and start offering help"

Story TV3 (01/03/2016): Lance Norman CEO Hāpai, drug policy expert Sanho Tree, Reverend Hirini Kaa and Ken Kerehoma of Odyssey House on what Māori and other perspectives on drug policy reform are.