On March the 1st, more than 50,000 people will come together at community events across the country to celebrate children.
Oranga Tamariki acknowledges the Ko Te Wā Whakawhiti: It’s Time for Change report.
Chief Executive Gráinne Moss reflects on the decade ahead.
Oranga Tamariki and Waitomo Papakainga have launched Whānau Care for tamariki and whānau in Kaitaia and Te Hiku o Te Ika (the Far North).
Oranga Tamariki welcomes the first report of the Independent Children’s Monitor (ICM).
Since the Care Standards came into effect on July 1, we’ve created a range of new resources to help us meet our obligations.
The Office of the Children’s Commissioner (OCC) has released statistics on assessments and removals of Māori babies into state care.
Oranga Tamariki is responding to the voices of victims of offending, with a reinvigorated focus on supporting engagement and participation.
It's that special time of year when we celebrate the incredible achievements of care experienced young people.
Gráinne Moss introduces the Oranga Tamariki 2018/19 Annual Report and Hoani Lambert gives an update on Transition Support for rangatahi.
Chief Executive Gráinne Moss reflects on the Hastings Practice Review, Partnerships and celebrating the Foster Care Awards.
Today we release the findings of a practice review into events at Hastings Hospital in May.
A new home co-designed by Te Ātiawa iwi and Oranga Tamariki has been officially opened.
This kaupapa-Māori organisation is delivering more than 70,000 interventions every year for tamariki and whānau in Southland through health and social services.
To what extent do New Zealanders feel responsible for the wellbeing of children and young people in their community they don’t know?
This years’ Excellence in Foster Care Awards honoured caregivers from across the country and agencies in an evening filled with celebration.