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    Making te reo Māori a means of health and wellbeing

    The Māori health sector, Māori media and Māori language experts want to increase the use of the Māori language in health.

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    Free GP visits not the answer for Middlemore’s under-pressure ED, review finds

    There is "limited evidence of any direct benefits" from a free GP visit scheme which was intended to take pressure off an overloaded emergency department, a review has found.

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    Reo Māori fitness keeping Te Wanihi Edwards busier than ever

    Yvonne Te Wanihi Edwards, the presenter of the Whakaata Māori programme, Oranga Ngākau is in demand as a Māori la

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    New model for international nurses to register in Aotearoa announced

    Te Kaunihera Tapuhi o Aotearoa (The Nursing Council of New Zealand) has announced a new model for registering nurses who have gained qualifications outside New Zealand, and plans to introduce inter

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    'People are going to die’ — Westport hospital source claims

    Westport hospital facilities 100km from the nearest alternate services on the West Coast are nearly at a point where there is no emergency doctor cover and people "are going to die".

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    Pharmacist: Aotearoa's underused health resource

    Why not use pharmacists to relieve the pressure on the health system?  That's the view of Te Tai Tokerau pharmacist Mary-Anne Baker.

  7. Video for Swapping one nicotine for another: smoking rates down but rise in rangatahi vaping
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    Swapping one nicotine for another: smoking rates down but rise in rangatahi vaping

    Although smoking rates are trending downward in Aotearoa, anti-smoking campaigners are becoming concerned with the increasing number of rangatahi vaping.

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    Health minister backs call for independent inquiry into Middlemore patient death

    Health Minister Andrew Little is backing a call for an independent inquiry into a patient death at Middlemore Hospital in June.

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    Middlemore 'abnormally busy' when patient left and later died- inquiry

    The findings from an investigation into a patient's death at Middlemore Hospital's emergency department in June highlight the extreme pressures it had been operating under due to staffing shortages and surging patient numbers.

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    ACC funding for Ngākau Oho makes local indigenous Māori health services more accessible

    Ngākau Oho is a whānau-centred health programme developed to support injury recovery through rongoā Māori, the customary Māori ways of healing, is one of five groups to receive $100,000 funding fro

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