Ira Nōta a Success

March 7, 2022, 1:34 p.m.

In an effort to increase the vaccination rate throughout Aotearoa and provide extra protection for our whānau against Covid-19 we have seen kaupapa pop up everywhere. Trudy Brown joins us to share some of the highlights from the recent Ira Nōta event that was held here in Te Hiku. Trudy gives some background explaining that the kaupapa actually came from Tamaki Makaurau and partnered with ANT Trust, Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa, Northland DHB and others to hold this event in Te Hiku. Ira Nōta was one event hosted at two locations Mana House in Kaitaia and Te Uri o Hina marae, Pukepoto. Check ups for tamariki were also available with many prizes given away that day.


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