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Manaaki Mai, Manaaki Atu – Kylie-Jane Phillips

I also talked about it with my whānau, and I listened and heard about their experiences of getting the jab and why they chose to do it. And I came back with my decision. I’ve been vaccinated and I am proud of it.
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Manaaki Mai, Manaaki Atu – David Reedy

When the vaccine first came out, I wasn’t automatically sure that I was going to get it. Like everyone else, I was apprehensive about the speed of the development and roll out.
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Manaaki mai, manaaki atu – Aunty Molly (Amoroa Luke)

There was never any doubt in my mind about getting the vaccine. Having managed the Ngāti Rārua health services for twenty years until my retirement last year, I know how important it is for us to frontfoot this for our Māori community.
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Te Haumanu – a health and wellbeing wānanga

The Brennan whānau held Te Haumanu a health and wellbeing wānanga that focuses on providing whānau with advice and information, so they can make informed choices about their health.
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Te Hā Oranga o Tuahiwi

“Getting fit and staying healthy can take a lot of hard work so it’s great to see people in our group making that sort of personal commitment. That’s what it’s all about."
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Kaumātua Hauora Hui ki Murihiku

When Murihiku kaumātua were asked what they wanted to focus on at their annual Kaumātua Hauora Hui on May 11, they quickly pinpointed the Covid-19 vaccination programme.
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Waikawa Marae Health and Wellbeing Day

Last week, over 50 kaumātua and whānau attended the Waikawa Marae Health and Wellbeing Day – Te Rā Hauora Waiora ki Waikawa.
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Te Arateatea – a different approach to health and wellbeing

It’s been more than 20 years since Ruatau Perez and Hannah Livingston began introducing whānau to the philosophies and practices of traditional Māori healing.
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Ka mua, ka muri – in order to move forward we must look back into our past.

Losing both her father and her sister to Huntington’s Disease more than twenty years ago had a profound effect on Joan Carew.
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