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Vaccinations Critical to Keeping Hapori Safe

Concerns for haukāinga are increasing as Delta has entered Te Tai Tokerau with little trace of movements from Covid case.
Oct. 14, 2021
Te Pā Harakeke

Vaccination Prevents Long Covid

Dr Anna Brooks, who is a specialist in immunisation tells us why getting vaccinated helps to prevent the effects of long Covid.
Oct. 4, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Hokianga Vaccination Stations

Margareth Broodkoorn (CEO of Hauora Hokianga) shares all current and future locations of the vaccination stations in Hokianga.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Māori Vaccination Rate Reaches 50%

Dr Rawiri Taonui updates us on the Delta variant and Covid-19 cases in Aotearoa
Sept. 28, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Kaumātua Encourages COVID-19 Vaccination

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says the COVID-19 vaccine won't kill you, but the delta COVID variant might. He shares more
Aug. 12, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Continues to Spread

Heeni Brown of Te Aupōuri says with all the misinformation being spread about COVID-19 vaccines, whānau must do their research
April 6, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

Vaccination Free to all

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says over 100 people have received their vaccination this week and are looking to expand those numbers
Aug. 21, 2021
Taumatahanga

Vaccination in Te Hiku

Frontline services providing COVID-19 vaccinations and education in Te Hiku
Sept. 1, 2021
Haukāinga

Drinking Water Delivered to Te Rarawa Kaumātua

Mike Te Wake is part of a rōpū delivering essential items including drinking water to kaumātua in Te Rarawa, he shares more here
Sept. 6, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Māori Vulnerable to Vaccine Misinformation

Professor Paparangi Reid says whānau should only trust information from health experts to inform their decisions on vaccination
Aug. 31, 2021
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Kaikohekohe Community Vaccination Stations

Matua Fred Sadler talks to us about why both he and his wife got vaccinated and the locations of the vaccination stations.
Oct. 14, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Win $5000 This Super Saturday

Bill Halkyard updates us on this Saturday's vaccination stations and how whānau can go in the draw to win $5000.
Oct. 13, 2021
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Hauraki Kaumātua Consider COVID-19 Vaccination

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says kaumātua are the focus of their iwi COVID response and will be priority for vaccines
Feb. 27, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

Te Rarawa Backs Whānau Vaccination

Te Rarawa Chairman, Haami Piripi  is encouraging whānau to vaccinate, a drive-through clinic was held in Ahipara at the weekend
Sept. 6, 2021
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Dangerously Low Vaccination Rate for Māori

Ahorangi Mākere Mutu speaks about reasons why vaccination of Māori is so important and why current rates are so low.
Sept. 7, 2021
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Research Alleviates Fear of Vaccination

Matiu Kingi of Te Rarawa says, based on the facts, there's no need for whānau to fear COVID-19 vaccinations
April 18, 2021
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Will Vaccination Affect Future Lockdowns?

Border control officer, Tame Te Rangi says with vaccinations rolling out, conversations are being had on how this affects travel
March 15, 2021
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Give Our Whānau a Fighting Chance

Minister Kelvin Davis gets behind the kaupapa of Super Saturday, reminding us of the importance for all to get vaccinated.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Support For Marae-based COVID Vaccination Grows

Māori Council leader, Maanu Paul says vaccination clinics at marae are a step in the right direction to protect whānau Māori
April 18, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

Rangatahi Vaccinate With Kaumātua in Mind

Eru Kapa-Kingi of Te Aupōuri says vaccination is key to beating COVID-19 and it’s an act of manaakitanga to receive vaccination
Sept. 2, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

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