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    Free flu shot for tamariki, second Covid booster for kaumātua, vulnerable

    From Friday, another 800,000 New Zealanders will be eligible for a free flu shot with the government expanding current criteria to include children (three to 12 years old) and people with serious m

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    Wahine dies; told she would wait hours for treatment

    The public should still have confidence in Middlemore Hospital's emergency department, despite a continuing investigation into a patient's death at the hospital, Counties Manukau DHB says.

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    Hospital staff refuse treatment; tāne Māori dies, for using f word- report

    A man died after being refused treatment at Hawke's Bay Hospital’s emergency department because he swore, a new report claims.

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    Whakairo, karakia to improve brain health- focus of new research

    A national science challenge study of Māori brain health will draw on whakairo (carving), karakia (prayer and incantation), mōteatea (chanted song-poetry) and other traditional sources to understand how Māori view the brain.

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    Covid-19: 24 more Covid related deaths

    Today's Covid update from the Ministry of Health sees 7.050 new community cases and 24 Covid-related deaths.

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    Partnership and Treaty, not vague descriptions wanted in Healthy Futures bill

    Te Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Bill is now before Parliament and aims to transform the health system - including the establishment of the Māori Health Authority.

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    'Rightful place'; health system must integrate Rongoā Māori- Hauora leaders

    An iwi health research institute is calling for rongoā Māori to take its "rightful place" in the way Aotearoa cares for people.

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    Bowel screening age change 'transformational' in saving Māori, Pasifika- Sue Crengle

    The bowel screening age for Māori and Pasifika people will finally be lowered from 60 to 50 years old next year – a move that Bowel Cancer New Zealand says is going to save lives.

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    Dr Rawiri Jansen tells whānau to prepare for 'bumpy winter'

    Winter is just around the corner, and Aotearoa is being told to prepare for the second wave of Covid-19 as immunity wanes among people who have already had the virus.

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    $579m Māori health and wellbeing package revealed

    The government will invest almost $600 Million in Māori Health and wellbeing over the next 4 years.

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