Whananaki Host Vaccination Wānanga This Saturday

Oct. 11, 2021, 2:11 p.m.

Covid Wānanga for Whananaki

When Ngāti Wai Trust Board were out providing assistance for the whānau of Ngāti Wai during the most recent lockdown, it was brought to their attention that Whananaki had a significantly low vaccination rate. Aunty Kathy Caldwell (a trustee of Ngāti Wai Trust Board) and others from Ngāti Wai looked into the matter and decided to host a wānanga with a host of kaikōrero of different backgrounds, while offering vaccinations at the same time.

This event is scheduled for this Saturday 16 October and despite the current Alert Level 3 for Te Tai Tokerau, the kaupapa will proceed but as a drive-through.


Helping Others, That's My Rongoā

Papa Hone shares what motivates him to support our whānau in need and how Pic's Peanut Butter have jumped on the waka.
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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.
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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.
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Current Procedures for Kaitaia Hospital

Rachel Thompson (Clinical Nurse Manager) tells us what these procedures are and the personal protection equipment.
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