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Whai Ora, Whiti Ora Fund giving away up to $200,000 - Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation (MHF) is excited to launch the Whai Ora, Whiti Ora Fund, which has been created to help charitable organisations and community groups help tāngata whaiora (or those of us who live with mental health and addictions challenges) to get through COVID-19 together.

Hawke’s Bay DHB Alert Level 2 visitor policy

Hawke’s Bay DHB Alert Level 2 visitor policy Under Alert Level 2 Hawke’s Bay DHB has revised its visitor policy however, some restrictions remain in place to ensure the safety of patients and staff.

MidCentral DHB planning for move to a new normal

MidCentral DHB planning for move to a new normal Plans to safely move to a new normal at MidCentral District Health Board are under way as New Zealand transitions to Alert Level 2 in the COVID-19 response.

New chair for Health Hawke's Bay

Te Oranga Hawke’s Bay, the organisation supporting the region’s general practice teams, has a new chairperson.

No new cases of Covid-19 - Ministry of Health

Again today, we are reporting no new cases of COVID-19.

This encouraging news means New Zealand’s combined total of confirmed and probable cases remains at 1,497, of which 1,147 are confirmed.

Aged care expert warns families need to 'think like Bloomfield'

So you’re breaking your bubble, now that we’re entering Level 2?

Survey of parents to ensure they have appropriate COVID-19 information - Otago Uni

Christchurch researchers asking parents what information they need about COVID and children’s health.

Horowhenua Community Wellbeing Committee urges residents to get tested for COVID-19

The Committee, which includes community and government organisations and agencies who work within Horowhenua, held a meeting via audio-visual link on Tuesday 12 May to discuss the impact and community response to COVID-19.

Mimicking nature’s best medicine opens door to new treatments - Canterbury Uni

Discoveries made by a University of Canterbury (UC) organic chemist could be a springboard to new treatments for cancers and antibiotic resistant infections.

Purchasing of gloves and PPE for NZ results in poor quality - Eagle Protect

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the current method of purchasing of gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) is only good at keeping the price down and not effective on quality or surety of supply, leading New Zealand company Eagle Protect says.