Iwi and Māori health providers in the top of the South Island have launched a research project to better understand the voices of Māori and their experiences throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
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No 'quick recovery' now borders are open again- economist
The final Covid-19-related border restrictions have been lifted, allowing visitors and students worldwide to return to Aotearoa.
Te Wharekura o Rakaumanga supports business trade day in Rarotonga
A special Bank of Cook Islands Trade Day has been held in Rarotonga with the aim of getting Cook Islands products back on to the international market.
Make masks mandatory but free- Marama Davidson
Green Party Co-leader Marama Davidson says PPE masks need to be mandatory again and believes frontline health workers and school students are most at risk from the spread of covid.
Māori researcher working on a Covid-19 ‘booster to end all boosters’
A new fellowship to strengthen relationships between the Malaghan Institute and Māori has been awarded to Dr Theresa Pankhurst.
Unvaccinated Maōri Covid cases ‘steadily increasing’
Covid-19 analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui says Māori have done quite well in mortality terms during Omicron.
Hospitality industry still taking hit from Covid changes
The government's announcement yesterday removing vaccine pass requirements, most vaccine mandates, QR scanning, and outdoor gathering limits, has been celebrated by many New Zealanders, who are kee
10 days for Māori to prepare- Taonui
By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News.
Self-isolation not easy for whānau in Northland
As the country's two top leaders self-isolate in comfort, the scenario looks bleak for many whānau in Te Tai Tokerau.
Opposition to Northland traffic light move
Northland moved to the orange traffic light settings at midnight last night.