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Friday, 9 December 2016

Hawke's Bay family violence on the rise

Hawke's Bay family violence on the rise
- Hawke's Bay is the only region in New Zealand where family violence rates are increasing, a problem that sees around 6000 police call-outs each ...

Report fails to identify significant archaeological finds

Report fails to identify significant archaeological finds
- This would mean that the walls were built well before the land was unjustly confiscated from local Māori in the 1860s. The walls may be the last ...

Warriors power comes to north

Warriors power comes to north
- The players also heard from Maori leaders about problems in the community, including the impact of at least 11 known suicides in the last 15 months ...

Chance to treat more abdominal aneurysms in 'anti-racist' move

Chance to treat more abdominal aneurysms in 'anti-racist' move
- A small trial screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm in Maori men has paid off, leading to an expanded programme next year that's being dubbed an ...

English best for Maori Party

English best for Maori Party
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says the party knows it can work with Bill English as prime minister. National's caucus will meet next Monday to ...

Second major care reform Bill introduced

Second major care reform Bill introduced
- The Bill amends the purposes and principles of the Act to give explicit recognition to key Māori concepts of mana tamaiti / tamariki, whakapapa and ...

Southern DHB celebrates Māori immunisation rates

Southern DHB celebrates Māori immunisation rates
- SDHB,celebrates, Māori immunisation rates, collaborative approach, successful, closing gap immunisation rates. Māori and total population.

Mangere stone wall relics of Maori horticulture

Mangere stone wall relics of Maori horticulture
- He says based on their location, structure and orientation, the stone walls most likely date from the period between 1846 to 1863 when Maori ramped ...