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    More funding needed for cancer drugs

    The National Party is calling on the government to support Dr Shane Reti's bill and help make life a little easier for those Kiwis facing significant medical bills while trying to beat cancer.

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    Ngāpuhi pro bikini athlete on a mission to empower wāhine

    Jess Coate is hosting her own fitness expo in Waikato this month, inviting wāhine of all ages.

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    Government launches new approach to mental health and addiction crisis in Hawke's Bay

    Te Tāwharau is being set up for people who are at risk of mental health and addiction crises in Hawke’s Bay.

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    Dr Rawiri Taonui says trans-Tasman bubble shouldn’t open until Australasia achieves immunity through vaccination

    It comes after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she hopes to confirm a timeframe for the bubble “very soon” but can’t put a date on quarantine-free travel.

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    GPs at risk of burnout amid Covid-19 pressures

    A new survey of GPs shows that almost half plan to leave the profession in the next 10 years.

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    First Taitokerau Maori orthodontist says rural communities 'suffer in silence'

    Māori should be able to pay a koha for dental care.

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    Serving up holistic wellness through kai

    A whānau business on the East Coast is changing school students' relationships with food. 

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    Misinformation impacting children's health- National Hauora Coalition

    The Māori health advocate says social media misinformation about throat swabs in schools has particularly impacted the Mana Kidz programme which provides a school-based health service for 34,000 children.

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    Karitane marae calling on whānau to remain calm amidst lead contamination

    The chair of Puketeraki Marae in Karitane, Matapura Ellison, says locals are sharing their blood test results on Facebook and discussing the implications there," which isn’t the most reliable source of information."

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    First Covid vaccines to begin in Aotearoa today

    This comes ahead of the rollout of vaccination shots to 12,000 frontline border workers, kicking off tomorrow.

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