Skip to content.
Updated at 7:19 pm on 11 December 2012
The Maori Party says it's pleased a report on ways to end child poverty supports Whanau Ora.
It's one of 80 recommendations made by a group advising the office of the Children's Commissioner.
Whanau Ora is the Maori Party's social welfare policy - designed for families to take back responsibility for themselves.
Party co-leader Tariana Turia says the Government now has to act on the suggestion to continue funding the scheme and to put more money into it.
She says more investment would make a huge difference to whanau - and to the rest of the country.
Ms Turia says Whanau Ora can play a critical party in cutting child poverty.
Copyright © 2012, Radio New Zealand
Email the team firstname.lastname@example.org
Audio is categorised based on the frequency of the programme it was heard in. Click on the headings below to access the programmes. For the most recently published audio, go to the latest audio page.
Streams are in Windows Media format. Mac and Linux users may need to install additional software. Get help with audio
A selection of music interviews, reviews, videos, concerts, sessions, and performances.
Downloads and podcasts are available for selected programmes. Our podcast page has a complete list of feeds.
Help on using online audio: formats, software, podcasts, downloading, and troubleshooting.