Tag: Health. Showing results 1 - 10 of 913 in News

Showing results 1 - 10 of 913

Search results

  1. News

    Oz-based Māori mum touched by NZ aroha for son

    A Māori mum in Australia who is raising a child with high-care needs and his four sisters on her own is emotional that whānau back home in Aotearoa would care about her son's needs.

  2. Video for Husband demands inquiry into PHARMAC costs for life saving cancer drugs
    News

    Husband demands inquiry into PHARMAC costs for life saving cancer drugs

    Malcolm Mulholland says his wife is battling breast cancer and is finding it difficult to access drugs in NZ because of costs. He is calling for the Māori Affairs Select Committee to hold an inquiry into PHARMAC to reduce the costs.

  3. Video for Midwive's protest descends on Parliament
    News

    Midwive's protest descends on Parliament

    Midwives were let down by the Health Minister today who did not show face as union members gathered at Parliament in protest for a fair pay deal. Today Chief executives from DHBs across the country will decide on a proposal that will need approval from cabinet.

  4. Video for Mike King named New Zealander of the Year
    News

    Mike King named New Zealander of the Year

    Mental health advocate Mike King has been named Kiwibank 2019 New Zealander of the Year.

  5. News

    Community works to raise $250k for mother’s life-saving surgery

    Te Kuiti mother of five, Te Reina Worsley has been diagnosed with moyamoya disease and requires life-saving surgery in the United States.

  6. News

    Waitangi ki Ōkahu to provide free health services

    Today Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei will be hosting their annual festival in Okahu Bay, Auckland to celebrate the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi.

  7. News

    Call to ban sugary drinks in schools

    The Māori public health entity, Hāpai Te Hauora, is calling for a universal ban on the sale of sugary drinks in schools.

  8. News

    A life-saving cure for hepatitis C

    Tens of thousands of hepatitis C sufferers in New Zealand are set to benefit from a life-saving cure for the disease which will be made available today. 

  9. Video for Health sector 'inherently racist' to Māori says cancer survivor
    News

    Health sector 'inherently racist' to Māori says cancer survivor

    A Māori cancer survivor claims the health sector is inherently racist towards Māori patients and is calling for a change in workforce cultural competency to save more lives.

  10. Video for Māori not immune to melanoma
    News

    Māori not immune to melanoma

    Health promoter for Cancer Society Gisborne East Coast, Roimata Mangu of Ngāti Porou is on a mission to ensure whānau are being 'SunSmart'.  According to Mangu, Māori are not immune to solar radiation and there's no room for complacency when it comes to melanoma.

  11. Show more results

Pages