A young goalkeeper in Timaru is being supported by his caregiver to pursue his dream of becoming a professional player.
Oranga Tamariki has launched it's refreshed Practice Centre site - an online resource for practitioners to support their work with tamariki and families.
Budget 2019 is investing an additional $1 billion over four years to support children and young people in care.
Budget funding enables a new service to support young people transitioning to adulthood after they have been in statutory care and youth justice.
A young designer in care hopes his winning design for Youth Week will inspire people to realise and nurture the potential of our rangatahi.
Sport NZ and Oranga Tamariki are teaming up to improve access to sport and other forms of physical activity for all tamariki and rangatahi.
Our new approach for Intake, Assessment and Referrals aims to see tamariki better supported within their whānau and communities.
The Wellbeing Budget includes $40.8 million over four years for Oranga Tamariki to expand sexual violence services for children and young people.
Huntly mother, Pamela South, shares her life-changing experience alongside other mothers involved in a prevention service for rangatahi in youth justice.
Gráinne talks about where we’re at two years into our journey to rebuild the Ministry, and the central role of our partners.
The Minister of State Services, Hon Chris Hipkins has released a Cabinet paper setting out the Crown’s approach to the Royal Commission.
What do the National Care Standards mean for caregivers?
The relationship between Oranga Tamariki—Ministry for Children and Waikato-Tainui has taken a significant step forward.
The Parenting Resource website has extended its scope for those working with young children 0 - 3 years, to 5 years.
New training programs are being developed to help caregivers support tamariki with challenging behaviours who have experienced trauma.
A new system of independent oversight for the Oranga Tamariki Act and the children’s system is being established.