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    'Appalling' statistics mean desperate need to prioritise wāhine Māori maternal mental health- Selah Hart

    Photo / File There is a desperate need to prioritise wāhine Māori maternal mental health, Hāpai Te Hauora chief executive Selah Hart says.

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    ‘Blood bath from hell’: Inmates at private prison tell of suicides, allege negligence amid Covid outbreak

    Inmates at the country’s only private prison are demanding the operator of the facility be sacked, amid what they say are unliveable conditions

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    Tāne in mental distress not seen by psychiatrist for seven months before death

    Promising young sportsman in mental distress was never examined by psychiatrist despite being admitted to hospital and later treated in the community for six months before his death.

  4. Video for Mike King teams up with footie stars for I Am Hope charity game for rangatahi
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    Mike King teams up with footie stars for I Am Hope charity game for rangatahi

    Eighty per cent of kids with suicidal thoughts never ask for help. Mike King tells this story to super rugby and rugby league internationals at a fundraiser and awareness rugby game in Mount Maunga

  5. Video for Brave wahine talks about recovering from sexual assault and depression
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    Brave wahine talks about recovering from sexual assault and depression

    Over the weekend Hunter Lee Kawana was one of six influential Māori speakers who shared their stories to inspire others at the RealTalk event in Nelson.

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    Suicide data reveals figures for Māori receiving mental health care

    A Health Ministry report reveals just under half of Māori who died of suicide were receiving mental health care.

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    Dr Hinemoa Elder takes chair of Māori expert reference panel for suicide prevention

    The rate of deaths by suicide for Māori are almost three times higher than the general population, with Māori youth being particularly at risk.

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    Lack of support for new mums protested

    Tracy Macfarlane says the maternity system has a few flaws.

  9. 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.

  10. Video for $1.6m fund aimed at medley of Māori suicide prevention initiatives
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    $1.6m fund aimed at medley of Māori suicide prevention initiatives

    The National Centre for Māori Suicide Prevention, Te Au, aims to build the capacity of Māori to prevent suicide within communities and respond effectively when a suicide occur.

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