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Cultural factors key to health of older Māori

Cultural factors key to health of older Māori

New research suggests more focus in the health sector is needed to foster culturally appropriate food practices for older Māori.

Stanford expert takes a glance at NZ’s freshwater

Stanford expert takes a glance at NZ’s freshwater

Massey University and the Ministry for the Environment hosted a world-leading freshwater expert last month to explain and explore a modelling approach that might help New Zealand understand and manage its water resources.

Māori at greater risk of harmful occupational exposures than non-Māori

Māori at greater risk of harmful occupational exposures than non-Māori

New findings from the Centre for Public Health Research show Māori are at greater risk of harmful occupational exposures, than non-Māori - despite doing the same jobs.

Te reo Māori – from birth to BA and beyond

Te reo Māori – from birth to BA and beyond

Siblings Te Aorere and Te Ataakura Pewhairangi (Ngāti Porou) grew up with te reo Māori as their first language at home and school.

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