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Monkeypox- is there cause for concern?
Monkeypox has spread to more than 9200 cases worldwide, with two now found in New Zealand.
Whānau urged to watch for RSV symptoms in tamariki under one
Hospital admissions for the respiratory virus are on the rise across the country this winter season.
Project to train detector dogs to sniff out disease in beehives
Dogs can inspect 20 hives in two minutes. An inspector will take more than an hour.
Pūrākau to inform ways to battle kauri dieback
Tohunga Māori are using pūrākau to informs ways to heal kauri dieback.
Meningococcal, strep throat season is approaching
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems patients with underlying health conditions have been 'pushed down the barrel'.
11 new cases in Aotearoa from overseas- Covid-19
Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Director-General of the Ministry of Health confirmed that there are 11 new COVID-19 cases in the country. The current total in NZ is 39.
Whānau Māori share the difficulties of self-isolating- Covid-19
As Coronavirus emergency measures put more whānau into self-isolation, it is natural that fear, anxiety, apprehension and panic would set in. Te Ao Māori News made contact with three Māori whānau impacted by isolation.
Akerama Marae's decision to protect community
Akerama Marae in the North has joined the growing list of marae across the country who have chosen to close their doors to large groups. But it is their tragic past that has brought them to their brave decision today.
Isolated Māmā concerned for self-isolators without financial support
Grace Latimer is a Māori Liason officer at the University of Otago and has recently returned from Australia. With the support of her whānau she's already started self-isolating herself. Although she's well prepared she has concerns for other whānau who might not have that financial support.