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Noa'ia, Mauri, Ni Sa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Tālofa, Kia orana, Mālō e lelei, Mālō nī, Talofa lava, Tēnā koutou katoa and warm Pacific greetings to you all

The Ministry for Pacific Peoples is the principal advisor on policies and interventions that improve outcomes for Pacific Peoples. We bring the Pacific voice, perspective and understanding into policy. We are the guardians and the caretakers of Pacific knowledge, culture and identity, and we support and take stewardship over our Pacific communities and peoples.


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Pacific Values are our anchor, with each generation weaving the foundation for the next to stand on.​ Pacific communities are leading innovations within Aotearoa, the Pacific region and the world. We are confident in our endeavours, we are thriving, resilient and prosperous Pacific Aotearoa.

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Toloa Kenese Fund helps group to inspire the next generation of Pacific innovators

18th April 2021: Creative STEM Pathways - Moana Innovative Learning is guiding the next generation of Pacific Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, Mathematicians, Makers, Architects and Designers to fulfil their dreams. Read more

Law Commission consults on succession law changes

18th April 2021: Succession law is the law that determines what happens to a person’s property when they die. Currently, Te Aka Matua o Te Ture - Law Commission is consulting on changes to the law of succession. Read more

Future of Pacific languages buoyed by funding

11th April 2021: The reopening of the Ministry for Pacific Peoples’ (MPP) Languages Funding in 2021 will ensure there is a future for Pacific languages. Read more

Untapped business potential

11th April 2021: An upcoming Kau Tulī event will aim to unlock young Pacific peoples’ potential and passion for business. Read more

Be wary of illegal pyramid schemes

11th April 2021: The Commerce Commission is advising people to be wary of alleged illegal pyramid schemes currently operating in South Auckland. Read more