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  1. Video for Nurse says Coronavirus misinformation leads to racial misgivings
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    Nurse says Coronavirus misinformation leads to racial misgivings

    A registered nurse of Asian descent, who has lived more than half her life in Auckland, has said that the misinformation surrounding Coronavirus has led to racial misgivings about her ethnic community.

  2. Video for Personal health improvement key to beating Coronavirus – Lance O’Sullivan
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    Personal health improvement key to beating Coronavirus – Lance O’Sullivan

    Former New Zealander of the year Dr Lance O’Sullivan says improving personal health is the best way to combat the new coronavirus. “E mōhio ana tātou, kare he rongoā pai mō ngā momo mate tēnei mo te viral infections, kare he rongoa matua, kare he golden bullet, mō ēnei o ngā mate. “Ko te mea tino pai mō mātou mō tātou kia whakapakari te tinana te hauora o te tangata." “We know, that there is no way to prevent problems like viral infections, there is no cure-all, no golden bullet for these types of illnesses. “The best thing for us, is to strengthen the body and individual personal health.”

  3. Video for World famous in Hamilton Mamas Donuts hit Otara
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    World famous in Hamilton Mamas Donuts hit Otara

    Mamas Donuts is world famous in Hamilton for feeding donut fiends three days a week. The business model allows the mamas who work in the company to spend more time with their whānau. It's ideal for helping mothers gain employment and start their own businesses, the mamas say.

  4. Video for Donations worth $50,000 destined for Samoa
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    Donations worth $50,000 destined for Samoa

    Samoan families based in Auckland have banded together to collect donations for whānau and health providers impacted by the measles outbreak in Samoa. Organisers and volunteers met at Wiri today to start packing supplies for a 40m container destined for Samoa.

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    Northland students dive virtually into kauri knowledge

    Northland students get to experience the inner workings of kauri trees via new virtual reality technology. With kauri dieback prevalent in forests across the North, organisers hope students take away a deeper understanding of how they can help curb the disease from spreading.  

  6. Video for 1059 measles cases confirmed nationwide
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    1059 measles cases confirmed nationwide

    The measles outbreak continues to rise across Aotearoa. 1059 cases have been recorded nationally and it has hit South Auckland more than anywhere else and is making its way to Waikato.

  7. Video for 821 measles cases in Auckland, 991 nationally
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    821 measles cases in Auckland, 991 nationally

    Officials have confirmed the number of measles cases in Auckland has increased from 812 to 821 today. Nationally, the number stands at 991.

  8. Video for Ngā Manu Kōrero comp to go ahead despite measles outbreaks
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    Ngā Manu Kōrero comp to go ahead despite measles outbreaks

    The Ngā Manu Kōrero National Speech Competition to be held next week in Palmerston North will continue, despite recent measles outbreaks.  

  9. Video for Prime Minister urges families to vaccinate children against measles
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    Prime Minister urges families to vaccinate children against measles

    The number of people infected with measles continues to rise in Auckland.  As a result, the Ministry of Health is considering a number of options including the possibility of making the vaccine available at chemists.

  10. Video for Measles continues to spread across Auckland
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    Measles continues to spread across Auckland

    A serious outbreak of the measles virus and the rapid spread across South Auckland has led to the closure of numerous sporting, cultural and community events throughout the region this weekend.

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