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  1. Video for PHARMAC makes $70,000 a year cancer drug $5
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    PHARMAC makes $70,000 a year cancer drug $5

    PHARMAC has reached a provisional agreement to fund the Breast cancer treatment drug Ibrance. The investment will mean the drug, currently priced by PHARMAC at around $70,000 a year, will now be available for cancer sufferers at the normal prescription rate, of around $5.

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    Te Ao- Māori News

    Te Ao - your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.

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    Whānau's spirits lifted by kindness of community

    Just before Christmas, the Blakelock family was hit with the hard news that their oldest daughter had a rare form of cancer. To help ease the financial burden on the whānau, the community has come together to help support them.

  4. Video for Ōpōtiki midwife demands accountability over Xmas closure
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    Ōpōtiki midwife demands accountability over Xmas closure

    The lead midwife in Ōpōtiki, Lisa Kelly, wants accountability over the closure of its maternity unit during the Christmas and New Year period.

  5. Video for Kawerau residents told to boil drinking water after health concerns
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    Kawerau residents told to boil drinking water after health concerns

    The council is warning residents of Kawerau to boil their water before drinking, as high levels of E. coli were found in their regular water tests. 

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    Rotorua cinema viewers at risk of contracting measles

    Rotorua cinema viewers are advised that they may be at risk of contracting measles. An infected person attended a screening of the movie Jumanji: The Next Level at 3.15pm on Friday 27th December at the Reading Cinema in Rotorua.

  7. Video for Tupuānuku food truck serves up planted-based kai to nourish health of whānau
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    Tupuānuku food truck serves up planted-based kai to nourish health of whānau

    Veganism is not often seen in Māori but Raniera Rewiri is hoping to bring more awareness to it, describing how it has links back to tīpuna Māori. He has recently opened a new food truck Tupuānuku in Whakatāne to provide vegan options for whānau. 

  8. Video for Samoa lifts measles state of emergency
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    Samoa lifts measles state of emergency

    The Samoan government have lifted their state of emergency declared last month following the outbreak of a measles epidemic there. 

  9. Video for Māori mother celebrates recovery from addiction
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    Māori mother celebrates recovery from addiction

    Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Auckland today raising awareness for drug and alcohol addiction recovery. Among those on the Addiction Recovery Walk is a young Māori mother who has been on the path to recovery. 

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    Measles epidemic 'worse than tsunami'

    Measles continues to devastate Samoa, as more than 60 have died. Community group ASA Foundation says the epidemic is worse than the tsunami that devastated the country in 2009.

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