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    100+ former players suing World Rugby over brain injuries

    Former All Black and Māori All Black Carl Hayman is among more than 100 ex rugby players, taking legal action against World Rugby, for what they say is a breach of duty to protect them from permanent injuries, caused by repeated head knocks during their playing career.

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    Oranga Ngākau 2, Episode 2

    Whaea Yvonne Te Wanihi Edwards brings more fun and easy exercise workouts to keep fit and healthy.

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    Meatworks injury led worker to train as physiotherapist

    Workplace injuries that required stitches to his arm ignited one man's ambitions.

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    Tainui kaumātua get extra support in healthcare hui

    A lack of Māori working in the health sector is one of the main reasons elderly Māori are not visiting local GPs, 85-year-old Ngāti Hikairo elder Te Papi Te Onehahau says.

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    Mealamu pulls out of Fight For Life main event due to heart condition

    On the eve of the return of the Fight For Life charity boxing event, one of its main fighters has had to withdraw from the card.

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    Te Pora Thompson: How will we deal with the next pandemic?

    Photo: Te Pora Thompson & professor Nigel French.

  7. Video for Oranga Ngākau 2, Episode 1
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    Oranga Ngākau 2, Episode 1

    Whaea Yvonne Te Wanihi Edwards brings more fun and easy exercise workouts to keep fit and healthy.

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    Wear more masks- plea from medical expert

    With another announcement of government measures to help combat the rise of Covid-19 and flu cases and hospitalisations yesterday, senior Auckland University lecturer Dr Mataroria Lyndon (Tainui, N

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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.

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    Rheumatic fever link to poverty shows system change needed- researcher

    University of Otago-led research has uncovered strong evidence that household overcrowding is a major risk factor for acute rheumatic fever and streptococcal infections of the skin.

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