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    Another day of no new cases

    There are no new cases of Covid-19 to report in New Zealand today, the Ministry of Health says.

  2. Video for Awhinatia Health Centre reconfigures to improve whānau well-being
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    Awhinatia Health Centre reconfigures to improve whānau well-being

    The redesigned Awhinatia Health Centre aims to provide joined-up healthcare services in an environment that reflects the community.

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    Merepeka Raukawa-Tait concerned about health system review recommendation

     Merepeka Raukawa-Tait concerned about a health system review recommendation.  

  4. Video for Will health system overhaul provide better outcomes for Māori?
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    Will health system overhaul provide better outcomes for Māori?

    Merepeka Raukawa-Tait on how to get better health outcomes for Māori.

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    Keeping rheumatic fever at bay

    A Māori health provider is urging young Māori and Pacific Islanders who have suffered from rheumatic fever to keep with the GP programme to avoid catching it again.

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    Election countdown begins

    The big issues Maori will vote on.  

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    Two weeks straight without a new COVID-19 case

    Once again, there are no new cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand. This is the 14th consecutive day of no new cases.  

  8. Video for Mobile health care clinics set for whānau Māori
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    Mobile health care clinics set for whānau Māori

    Te Whānau o Waipareira is trialling pop-up container health clinics that can take services into Māori communities in west Auckland. The three clinics arrived at the "Whānau Centre” this morning in Henderson, and were blessed with prayer and song. 

  9. Video for Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation
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    Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation

    Since the apology to Australia’s Stolen Generation in 2008, the Royal Commission has received almost 7000 applications for redress and there are questions around whether the process is effective. However, through self-driven cultural healing camps, they’ve started their own journey towards healing.

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    Māori maternal health inequity research receives almost $1m in funding

    The research, led by Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki through the University of Waikato, will use Māori knowledge and tikanga to empower Māori families. The funding from A Better Start, E Tipu e Rea National Science Challenge will be spent over two years.

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