Māori have been granted an extension until 30th June to fill out our census forms.
Did you know in 1900's Coromandel had a hospital?
2023 Census is our chance to represent ourselves, our whānau, communities, and cultures.
If you have a birth certificate, have collected a benefit of any sort, have been to the doctor, been to the hospital, or been to school, the government already knows about you.
Census is important, for infrastructure and treaty settlement outcomes,
It gives you choices to create change that will benefit all of us, in our lives, towns, schools, hospitals, and streets.
The data is used to make decisions about the resourcing of national, regional and community services.
Don't forget Ngāti Porou ki Hauraki is your tribe.