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    Keeping tamariki and parents safe this festive season

    Sleep, sickness, starting solids: there's always something going on when you're caring for children under the age of five, and the holidays are no exception.

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    New ACC campaign encourages shy Māori to seek help for themselves and whānau

    ACC has launched a new campaign Kia Mahea Kia Puawai - Making It Clear So We Can Flourish.

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    Pay parity leaving out GP nurses 'a slap in the face'- clinical director

    A $200 million a year pay parity fund for community-based nurses and healthcare workers announced recently has been met with disappointment by some Māori health providers, who say it leaves out the

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    Funding helps Otago uni student to bridge mātauranga Māori and western healthcare

    Nineteen researchers and students from the University of Otago have been awarded $3.8 million as part of the latest Health Researcher’s Council’s Development Awards.

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    Drug Foundation CEO on overdoses: 'We are failing Māori'

    Māori are being failed. That's the view of the head of the NZ Drug Foundation about new figures that show Māori are three times more likely to die of an overdose than Pākehā.

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    Reti all fired up over Te Pae Tata health plan during health 'crisis'

    National’s health spokesperson Dr Shane Reti has come out firing on the major health system restructure which he says is adding more pressure to a health crisis and pandemic.

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    CrossFit Mecca kicks off Movember fundraiser for men's health

    Additional reporting by Whakaata Māori videographer Nick Winter.

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    Te Pae Tata plan outlines what is needed to improve hauora for whānau

    An interim health plan, Te Pae Tata, has been released outlining what Te Aka Whai Ora and the Māori Heath Authority will do over the next two years as part of its five-year plan.

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    Middlemore emergency department slammed as unsafe for patients and staff

    The emergency department of one of New Zealand's biggest hospitals has been slammed as unsafe for patients and staff in a damning new report.

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    Thousands could be affected by shortage of diabetes drug

    Thousands of people with type 2 diabetes could be affected by a shortage of the drug dulaglutide.

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