Ten extraordinary caregivers received their Excellence in Foster Care Awards at a ceremony at Parliament.
A new Rangatahi Court in Whangārei will make a big difference for young Māori in Te Tai Tokerau.
Shaquille’s life could have been much different today if his nana didn’t seek help.
Our people were at Waitangi representing Oranga Tamariki and sharing aroha as thousands of people gathered for our national day.
Gráinne talks about what's coming up and Children's Day
The lead up to Census Day gives us a chance to help tamariki and rangatahi explore their whakapapa. Everyone has a story, and everyone counts!
Tiamaaria Wehi is an inspiring young woman whose actions speak much louder than her words.
Minister for Children Tracey Martin has announced additional funding to expand our initiatives to better support our tamariki.
Recruitment for more people at the frontline continues as we focus on putting tamariki at the heart of everything we do.
We’ve asked New Zealanders if they feel responsible for kids, both children they are close to, and other children in their communities.
Hamish shares part of his journey, going from being a Youth Justice resident to becoming a Youth Worker with Oranga Tamariki.
Gráinne reflects on the foundations we're building and what we're working towards in the New Year.
Our Otahuhu Youth Justice team partnered with Counties West Police and Blue Light to help to bring boxes of Christmas joy to thousands of Auckland families.
We're partnering with Police and Kapiti Youth Support to ensure positive outcomes for rangatahi.
A partnership with Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa Trust and Midland DHBs is expanding services offered to taiohi Māori experiencing drug and alcohol addiction.
Our response to the coroner’s findings on the death of Moko Rangitoheriri.