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The Social Investment Agency (SIA) has a key role in providing the lead support to the Kainga Whanau Ora programme, in particular, assisting with the programmes governance, administration, monitoring, data measurement and collection, evaluation and co-ordination of funding.
Wh?nau Ora Minister Peeni Henare says its great to see more government agencies supporting communities to take a Wh?nau Ora approach.
Other prominent Dubai locations include Meydan Bridge, Al Seef and The Creek, where a mystery man is featured on the bow of a moving dhow and as Ora's opponent in, what we can only assume was, a specially-sanctioned street race given the pursuit's usual illegality.
As the video gains momentum, so does the speed of the racing cars on Meydan bridge, where Ora is seen racing with another driver while other cars are busy two-wheeling and spinning on the makeshift racetrack.
This musical blockade did more harm than expected as Ora failed to release any music in the US, as well as getting into a legal fight with her former label Roc Nation.
Adam Marshall said ORA reached out to him with the legal resource idea and how it had been helpful to other states' association members.
And although homes have been popular at Glen Ora, selected plots are still available for interested buyers.
ORA's concern is that people totally unfamiliar with guns could start to carry them, creating a new potential for disaster.
"A great amount of work has gone into the event but regrettably, situations outside of ours and Rita Ora's control has made it impossible for the event to go ahead."
Members of the LGBTQ+ community applauded Kiyoko's statement, even going as far as to call Ora out.