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Help us make a difference

Pathway helps people make a fresh start, but we can’t do it without our network of fantastic volunteers.

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Feleti’s* story

In ‘86 my mum, dad, five siblings and I moved from Samoa to Auckland. We lived in our own bubble - surrounded by other Pacific Island families.

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Pathway Christmas 2019 Newsletter

It has been a year full of challenges, achievements and highlights for all of Pathway Group's divisions, all the while making a difference in the lives of so many people in...

Pathway Hangi Update

A Hāngi with the Tu Ora

It’s not often we get to lift our heads in life. To look up from what is directly in front of us and take stock of what has happened over the last year. On Friday 15th November, we marked a year of the Navigate Initiative - Reintegrative Community.

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Navigating through the first year and beyond

We have reached yet another milestone for the Navigate Initiative (NI) - our one year anniversary!

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Tyler's* story

“The first thing I did after being released was video chat with my son. He’s the reason I’ve changed. He’s the reason I left the gang behind.”

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Deakon's* story

“Honestly, when I first heard about the Navigate Initiative I thought it’d be crap. I’ve been in prison for so many years, you could classify me as a bit of...


Tuned in: Christchurch Symphony Orchestra shares music skills with Tu Ora

Music filled the halls at Christchurch Men’s Prison when four members of the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO) passed on their music skills to our Tu Ora, culminating in a publicly...

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A Community Skills Bank member's perspective: Mark's story

“With respect to work, my main objective is to have balance between the tasks I have to do to pay the bills, the work I’m passionate about, and the things...

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He Kete Oranga o te Mana Wahine Facility officially opens its doors

Marked at an official ceremony, the South Island’s only residential drug and alcohol centre for women, He Kete Oranga o te Mana Wahine ‘a women’s basket of wellness’, was officially...

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