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  1. Video for 'Soften Up Bro' - initiative to normalise men's emotions
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    'Soften Up Bro'- initiative to normalise men's emotions

    Maori duo launch eskaupapa to encourage emotional dialogue and vulnerability among Māori and Pacific Island men.

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    Tertiary students to benefit from $25 million in mental health care

    About 300,000 tertiary students are to benefit from the government's investment to help students manage ongoing stresses related to Covid-19.

  3. Video for Government looks for new pathway for Māori  mental health & addiction services
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    Government looks for new pathway for Māori mental health & addiction services

    Labour MP Peeni Henare talked to Te Ao Mārama about today's politics.

  4. Video for Online resource provides help with mental health struggles as Covid-19 impacts felt
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    Online resource provides help with mental health struggles as Covid-19 impacts felt

    Covid-19 has taken a big hit on people's livelihoods and now more than ever Kiwis are relying on mental health and wellbeing support to get them through these unprecedented times. Online resource 25 Kiwis share mental health strategies to get through tough situations 

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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.

  6. Video for Thousands worldwide benefit from wānanga and karakia hosted live online by Te Waati
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    Thousands worldwide benefit from wānanga and karakia hosted live online by Te Waati

    Māori movement practitioner Ngarino Tauwhirowhiro Te Waati has been helping hundreds of people during the lockdown by hosting wānanga and karakia via the Turuki Health Facebook page.

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    Whānau feeling impacts from Alert Level restrictions

    Restrictions under Level 4 and Level 3 have been challenging for whanau and the repercussions of the restrictions have left whanau feeling isolated and alone.

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    No evidence NZ suicide rates have increased over lockdown- Mental Health Foundation

    The Mental Health Foundation says it is deeply disappointed to see a rumour circulating that there has been a dramatic increase in suicides in New Zealand over the lockdown period.

  9. Video for “We are still here to support people” – Māori Psychologist
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    “We are still here to support people” – Māori Psychologist

    A psychologist says that mental health support services are still available during COVID-19. Dr Tahlia Kingi, says that she has been operating remotely to help her clients.

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