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This service is a growing resource. The Kiwi Way is designed to let you hear, in your language, essential information for settling and thriving in New Zealand.

If you are a service provider who wants to help one million plus overseas-born Kiwis understand what's available, contact us on [email protected].

News & Events


Your vote, your voice

Monday 19/09/2022

If you are eligible to vote in the local elections, you should have received your voting papers. Make sure you have a say in the running of your city.

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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

Monday 12/09/2022

September 12-18 is Wiki o te Reo Māori, Māori Language Week. Kaua e Whakamā - Kia Kaha! Don’t Be Shy - Give it a Try!

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Tonga Language Week

Sunday 04/09/2022

Mālō e lelei! Tonga Language Week / Uike Kātoanga’i ‘o e Lea Faka-Tonga is on from September 4-10 this year. ‘Oku ke lea fakatonga?

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Community Notices


World Homeless Day

Monday 10/10/2022

On World Homeless Day, Monday 10 October the Ellen Melville Centre hosts a free Super Event with food, entertainment and stalls. All welcome.

Celebrate the resilience, strength, and diversity of people with a lived experience of homelessness. Learn more about what it means to be without a home and how the community can get involved so that homelessness becomes ‘brief, rare and non-recurring’. An exhibition and sale of art created by people with lived experience of homelessness launches at Albert Park Cottage on Monday 10 October and runs until Friday 14 October.

View panel discussions at the Ellen Melville Centre from 10-14 October on homelessness and housing: policy, practice, and lived experience.

The ground floor screens at the Central City Library will be activated all week with films and documentaries related to homelessness.

These events have been created with community partners and people with lived experience of rough sleeping.

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