A survey by the Commission for Financial Capability following lockdown earlier this year found Pacific families were the hardest hit financially. It comes as no surprise to Vaiola Budgeting Service in Māngere, who've managed to save 22 families from mortgagee sales. But in the midst of another lockdown, they fear they won't be able to save everyone. Moana Makapelu Lee has this story.
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Part of the Labour Government’s Pacific Education Action Plan 2020-2030 was rolled out this week. The $28.5 million Pacific Education Innovation Fund will be spread out over four years. The new funding will go towards educators, early learning services, schools, tertiary education providers and community groups. “The purpose of the fund is to support comprehensive, […]
As fresh MPs like Cook Islander Teanau Tuiono enter Parliament, outgoing MP Alfred Ngaro says more Pasifika representation is something the whole community can be proud of. Alfred Ngaro was the first Cook Islander to be elected to Parliament in 2011.
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Renowned backing vocalist Tree Vaifale has been named as a finalist in the ‘Best Pacific Female Artist of the Year’ award at the 2016 VPMA’s. Johnson Raela with more…
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Four Years after the manslaughter of his son, a Samoan man talks openly about the events which led to this tragedy.