Child health experts are calling for a tax on sugary drinks. It comes after research showing Māori children consume double the median amount of sugary drinks compared with non-Māori.
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A bilingual campaign to curb drink-driving is taking a different approach, targeting mates to team up, to look after each other and intervene before letting each other drive drunk. Tairāwhiti Roads Safety Educator Dianne Akurangi says the East Coast has the second highest rate of drink driving in the country and is predominantly Māori males.
Last night the New Zealand Police, Auckland Transport and the Vodafone Warriors joined forces for an alcohol prevention operation. More than three thousand vehicles were stopped and those driving responsibly received an interesting surprise.