Te Kiwi Māia
News & Articles
Here is some news/articles and references which may help you get a good feeling for what makes us tick and also to keep you informed on all things associated with Te Kiwi Māia and the people we a helping.
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Articles and News from around New Zealand and the world relating to our focus and mission.
Hamish MacLean – ODT
The man and woman who died in a single-car crash near Macraes, 35km inland from Palmerston, were known to some of those who first arrived at the scene of the crash late on Saturday night.
Rebecca Moore – Stuff
The increase in distressing work firefighters face has taken a toll with a spike in the numbers of Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) staff using mental health support networks
John Edens – Stuff
It’s rare to hear from police officers about the mental demands of the job. But now, a detective with New Zealand Police has spoken out about the reality of depression and the management of staff who regularly experience trauma up close.
Kiri Gillespie – NZ Herald
The number of Bay of Plenty police officers seeking professional help due to trauma on the job has almost tripled within a year.
Stephanie Ockhuysen – Stuff
Police are responding to suicide attempts and threats 67 times a day but new cadets enter the force with just eight hours of mental health training.
Videos / Podcasts
S/Constable Bryan Ward
Being a veteran police officer over the years I have heard some amazing stories from some amazing people . Join me twice a month as I interview some of the amazing people I meet or hear about. If you want to be entertained, inspired and in some cases amazed at what you can achieve. Then this is the podcast for you.