Georgia Latu is CEO of Pōtiki Poi, the company that made 32,000 poi for the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
“When it rains heavily I’m always alert."
“I think boys and men both just struggle with being open in general."
“It’s been two years and I still haven’t recovered.”
A new study has found petting dogs can boost the part of our brains that helps regulate our emotions
For those of us who identify as ‘B’, it’s painfully obvious that our letter may as well be silent.
“I think I was in denial about it for a long time."
'I've given you a perfect life, why do you need therapy?'
This World Oceans Day, we relook at how the ocean can improve our mental health.
"During the pandemic we’ve been completely online and that takes a huge toll on teenagers."
More research shows the active ingredient in shrooms can help with the effects of trauma.
About 1.7 million New Zealanders, born between 1928 to 1967, took part in the study.
1 in 5 South Asian and East Asian students say they have experienced some form of unfair treatment.
“I'm just constantly counting and it got really annoying. At one point, I was counting pumps of face cleanser, and I was just like, Oh, God,…
"I don't have all the answers but I just base it off what I've been through and my survival."
“Why should it be embarrassing or shameful to have horrible shit happen in your life? Everyone has horrible shit in their lives. It’s such a relief…
We talked to two young people on the autism spectrum about the lessons they can teach about dating.
“I remember I would sign surveys and when it would ask what nationality I was, I would put NZ/European. Because I didn’t have any association with…
Don’t we all just want a lil validation?
Lie down, close your eyes, listen closely and enjoy the experience of Pūngao Ora, Mauri Ora.
Paraone Tai Tin explains how the five pillars of whare kōrero can guide your life.
“We probably do a better job of looking after the community than the cops do.”
"If it gets too hard, just speak to anyone...just speak up."
"Everything we do always starts with te hā."
“I thought music and comedy would be a great strategy to highlight and discuss issues like racism.”
Oscar Kightley, Church Leon & Henry Hohenberger join James Nokise in discussion of mental health.
Tegan joins James Nokise to talk about getting strange messages and dealing with strange expectation
Video resources to help rangatahi get through lockdown and beyond.
Here’s what they said.
Why are we still feeling bad about our bodies?