Major changes to the New Zealand health system announced in April last year came into force on Friday, July 1. The changes mean the 20 DHBs or District Health Boards around the country have all been scrapped and replaced by 'Te Whatu Ora' - Health New Zealand. And running this new entity is former Counties-Manukau DHB boss Fepulea'i Marjie Apa. Marama T-Pole Caught up with her about what the changes mean for Pacific People
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The Government has launched Aotearoa New Zealand’s first Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People
Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs Aupito William Sio has been appointed by the United Nations and Commonwealth as Aotearoa New Zealand’s advocacy champion for Small Island States.
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Collins’ family, including their two young daughters, were inside his campaign vehicle when two cars attempted to dangerously cut them off.
A Waikato Pasifika health provider says government funding to curb gambling harm will benefit the Pacific community.
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P-TECH is a program helping students navigate their way from high school to tertiary education and eventually into their chosen industry.