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    Delving deeper into brain injury and heart disease

    A multi-million dollar medical imaging research and innovation centre is being built in Gisborne to advance understanding of the brain, heart, and body to improve health outcomes for the community.

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    Study finds rise in primary school achievement

    New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) has found that achievement in schools have risen due to schools creating a coherent focus on literacy teaching.

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    Alcohol consultation "failing Māori communities"

    Māori voices are not being meaningfully engaged with when it comes to liquor licensing legislation, new research from the University of Otago.

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    Self-testing for cervical cancer could save Māori women

    A new study has found self-testing for cervical cancer screening could save Māori women's lives. The study found Māori women were more receptive to self-testing, citing whakamā, lack of time and fear of discomfort as the current barriers to screening.

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    Examining Tairāwhiti voyaging philosophies

    The list of recipients of the Health Research Council of New Zealand's 2019 Career Development Awards has been announced. 

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    BioHeritage agency's tikanga Māori approach to science

    The government has announced a further $13.75mil for research to combat the spread of kauri dieback and myrtle rust.  A single agency named  NZ Biological Heritage National Science Challenge, based on Treaty of Waitangi partnership principles, has been tasked with combating the diseases.

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    Marsden funding secured for Whānau Ora project

    Dr Aroha Harris of the University of Auckland and Dr Melissa Williams, an independent researcher and university alumni, have won $622,000 in Marsden funding for their project, which looks at Māori whānau and the struggle for whānau well-being across the twentieth century.

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    Māori researcher to study how whakamā affects mental health

    A Ngāti Porou woman has won a scholarship to research the area of Māori emotions, particularly whakamā (shame or embarrassment).

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    The continuing legacy of Princess Te Puea

    The legacy Princess Te Puea left as a leader in the women's movement of the 1960's and 1970's continues at a South Auckland marae named in her honour.

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    Manukau City a melting pot of reo dialects

    Manukau City has the largest Māori population in Aotearoa, so what is the state of the Māori language in the region?

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