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  1. Video for Ngāti Rangitihi researcher working with indigenous to combat Huntington's disease
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    Ngāti Rangitihi researcher working with indigenous to combat Huntington's disease

    Dr Melanie Cheung has just returned from Rome where she represented indigenous communities at an audience with the Pope for those suffering from Huntington’s disease.

  2. Video for TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs
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    TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs

    Mental health has received a $224mil boost for mental health services. Te Kāea spoke with some Māori mental health workers who are concerned that the money won't be directed to the right areas within the sector.

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    TAHUA 2017: Mental Health receives $224 million

    Mental Health will receive and extra $224 million over four years which includes $124 million focused on innovative approaches.

  4. Video for Urban Māori hold own hui on govt strategy for suicide prevention
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    Urban Māori hold own hui on govt strategy for suicide prevention

    The Government didn't want to hold a consultation in their region, so West Auckland Youth Support Group THRIVE held their own, in conjunction with Hāpai Te Hauora, to discuss the Government's Draft National Strategy for the Prevention of Suicide.

  5. Video for Mr Polynesia 2017 - Shannon Karaka
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    Mr Polynesia 2017- Shannon Karaka

    Shannon Karaka took the title at the Mr. Polynesia 2017 competition in Australia last week. This year the pageant's theme was to raise awareness around mental health in Polynesian men.

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    Drug Foundation says funding must double to meet need

    Health Minister Johnathan Coleman has confirmed the budget will include new funding for mental health and addiction services as part of its Social Investment Package. However, the NZ Drug Foundation says unless funding is doubled it won't scratch the surface in terms of the growing need for support, particularly among Māori.

  7. Video for Kapa Haka tutor agrees with new Māori dementia research
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    Kapa Haka tutor agrees with new Māori dementia research

    The tutor of Waikato Taniwharau Kaumātua Kapa Haka supports new research that Māori cultural performance and the Māori language may prevent dementia. Turongo Paki says some of their members have age-related forgetfulness and performing Māori dance keeps their minds engaged. 

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