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    Symposium focuses on accelerating indigenous health gains

    The 2015 Indigenous Health Symposium 2015 will bring together indigenous health champions from all around the world.

  2. Video for Vili's Community Gym motivating Manurewa youth to keep active
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    Vili's Community Gym motivating Manurewa youth to keep active

    Vili's Community Gym in Manurewa is truly a community affair and concerns for the children has prompted the owner to wave fees for families who sometimes can't pay.  He'd rather they come to classes because the alternative is roaming the streets and getting into trouble.

  3. Video for Native Affairs - A Single Issue Interview with Brendon Baker
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    Native Affairs- A Single Issue Interview with Brendon Baker

    We know there are dairy owners hooking our rangatahi on cigarettes by selling them one at a time.  It's illegal but it's still happening, and it appears some dairy owners aren't afraid to break the law.  So what's the Government doing about it?

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    Native Affairs- A Single Issue

    Nearly 20 years ago, the Government made it illegal to sell single cigarettes. That law change meant that cigarettes could only be sold in packets of 20 - and for good reason.  It's to make them too expensive for kids to buy. But some dairy owners are openly flouting the law selling cigarettes one at a time.

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    Call for Health Units in schools

    West Auckland Youth Worker and founder of Warrior Kids Tim Tipene says the Kumar tragedy was preventable and calls for Health Units in Schools to prevent it from happening again. 

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    Mature Māori nursing student wins prestigious national scholarship

    One of only two Te Apa Mareikura national scholarships, made available by the Ministry of Health, has been awarded to Ngāti Porou descendant Kathy Kupenga.

  7. Video for 29-year-old Dr Mataroria Lyndon set to study Public Health at Harvard
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    29-year-old Dr Mataroria Lyndon set to study Public Health at Harvard

    Dr Mataroria Lyndon is yet to turn 30 but he has already been accepted in to Harvard University in Boston, USA and is set to also complete his Doctorate in Medical Education in September from The University of Auckland here in New Zealand.

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    One month extension for free influenza vaccines

    The seasonal influenza immunisation programme will be extended from July 31 to the end of August says Health Minister Jonathan Coleman.

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    Labour says thousands of children are missing out on free GP Visits

    Labour’s Health spokesperson, Annette King says around 5000 six to twelve year old children may not be able to access the free GP Visits announced as part of the Budget 2014.

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    Native Affairs- Certified

    In tonight’s show, we welcome new co-presenters Billie Jo Hohepa-Ropiha and Ward Kamo.

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