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    $350 payment for 2.1 million people, in Budget attempt to tackle inflation

    People earning less than $70,000 a year are set to receive $350 as part of the government’s 2022 budget, the pūtea is designed to hedge against soaring costs of living, amid Aotearoa’s 30-year-high 6.9 percent inflation.

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    'Not expecting surprises' from Budget 2022- Dr Lara Greaves

    University of Auckland Public Policy Institute political analyst Dr Lara Greaves (Ngāpuhi) says she’s expecting a “fairly conservative budget” with no surprises, as Finance Minister Grant Robertson

  3. Video for Ikin wants whānau to know their worth at hauora expo
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    Ikin wants whānau to know their worth at hauora expo

    “He tū rongo koe! You are worth it!” That’s the rallying cry for Maniapoto whānau as they journey to the Te Nehenehenui Hauora expo this Sunday.

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    Waitākere hospital build stalled until Health NZ takes over

    The Ministry of Health has paused funding on plans to build a dedicated Child, Women and Family complex at Waitākere Hospital. 

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    Game-changing cardiac screening programme to reach all Māori across Waikato

    Cardiac disease is one of the five biggest killers of Māori, who on average die seven years earlier than non-Māori.

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    Calls for new South Auckland hospital as Middlemore turns 75

    There are calls for a new hospital in South Auckland as its existing facility, Middlemore, gets set to celebrate 75 years.

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    Māori, Pasifika cancer diagnosis drop 'concerning'- Te Aho o Te Kahu

    A drop in the number of Māori being diagnosed with cancer is not a good thing, the government monitoring body, Te Aho o Te Kahu, says.

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    Rise in vaping rangatahi; smoking declines continue

    Māori and Pasifika high school students are more likely to vape daily than Pākehā students, according to new research.

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    Te Tiriti breaches still happening in health system- Lady Moxon

    Health advocate Lady Tureiti Moxon says breaches of Te Tiriti in the New Zealand health system are still happening, three years since the release of the Hauora Report from the Waitangi Tri

  10. Video for Jase Te Ata merges mindfulness and meditation with te ao Māori
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    Jase Te Ata merges mindfulness and meditation with te ao Māori

    For Ngāti Apa, Ngāti Ruanui and Ngāti Tūwharetoa teacher Jase Te Patu, it’s never too early to start mediation as a key to wellness, especially in this time of fast-paced work lives.

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