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    Dr Lance O'Sullivan joins battle against life threatening disease

    Dr Lance O’ Sullivan has vowed to do everything he can to fight the devastating disease of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

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    New study to reach out to Māori and Pasifika affected by HIV and AIDS

    Economic inequality and other structural factors continue to fuel the HIV and AIDS epidemic for Māori and Pasifika people.

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    Māori chef uses his skill to provide nutritious meals to those in need

    An exceptionally talented Māori chef will head to Melbourne today with a goal of establishing a production kitchen that could potentially feed over 90,000 homeless in the area.

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    Native Affairs- Heart to Heart

    Twelve kiwi kids are born with heart defects every week and the Heart Kids campaign this month, is celebrating their bravery.  One of those courageous kids is 11-year-old Merapi Uangakore, who stole the heart of our reporter Rewa Harriman.

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    Blue September 2015 takes on new approach to prostate cancer

    Blue September 2015 is taking on a fresh approach to making men aware of prostate cancer.

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    Te Aupōuri Māori Trust Board's social services shut down

    The shock closure of Te Aupōuri Māori Trust Board's social services arm this week has been the result of the financial mismanagement of their programmes.

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    Protecting Our Mokopuna seminar to discuss high rates of Māori SUDI

    A hui for over 100 whānau and workforce will be held at Kōkiri Marae tomorrow to discuss the factors that lead to Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy, or SUDI.  This comes following the exceptionally high rates of Māori SUDI in the Wellington area.

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    Tributes flow for NZ first Māori Nurse, Putiputi O’Brien

    Hundreds gathered at Ruaihona Marae in the Bay of Plenty to farewell Putiputi O'Brien who died this week at 93 years of age.  Her commitment to Māori health and Māori nurses led her to become the patron of the National Council of Māori Nurses

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    NZ Medical students survey reveals bullying and sexual harrassment issues

    Senior Doctors in New Zealand have been called on to show leadership and work to build a culture with no tolerance for bullying or harassment.

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    Limited funding sees Ngā Tukemata director dig deep

    Limited funding for vocational services has seen Ngā Tukemata o Kahungunu Charitable Trust stretched financially.  But rather than leaving the permanently disabled in its care high and dry, its director Jim Edwards has spent more than $150,000 of his own money over the years to make up the shortfall.

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