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Hapai Te Hauora

Tune in every Tuesday morning from 11.00am for Hapai, a one-hour Maori Public Health show presented by the team at Hapai, live from the Wai Health centre in Henderson.

Hapai Te Hauora is a Maori Public Health provider committed to the well-being of whanau and community at a local, regional and national level.

Since 1996, Hapai Te Hauora has supported the local communities to have a voice on issues that affect them and their whanau.

They have provided infrastructural support to the hauora sector to strengthen public health action through innovative research, workforce development, public health planning, providing information technology solutions and policy development. 

Along with subcontractors and whanau whanui, they also deliver on public health issues including tobacco control, problem gambling, alcohol and other drug harm minimisation, well-child, nutrition ad physical activity.
 

Hapai Te Hauora - Upcoming Events

Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 1:45pm

Visit their website: www.hapai.co.nz for more information.
 

Recent Events

WE SAY NO: The Otahuhu Mangere Youth Group voicing their concerns about the harms faced by their community such as the proliferation of alcohol stores near their schools.
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17 Apr 2019 16:03
Hapai Hour - 02/04/2019
02 Apr 2019 17:39
Hapai Hour - 26/03/2019
27 Mar 2019 16:03
Hapai Hour - 19/03/2019
19 Mar 2019 14:12
Hapai Hour - 05/03/2019
05 Mar 2019 17:09
Hapai Hour - 19/02/2019
21 Feb 2019 15:57
Hapai Hour - 12/02/2019
15 Feb 2019 13:33

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Meanwhile, the planet is melting
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: The latest state of the climate report by the World Meteorological Organisation out this month makes for some grim reading.
Fighting the Police when you can't see the evidence
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: I'm in the news this week. I have an ongoing case against the NZ Police in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal regarding the Police breaching my privacy and my civil rights when Police gained access to my banking records minus a warrant.
A Mass surveillance response would be unacceptable
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: There are already murmurs being made that the GCSB, SIS and Police need mass surveillance powers to combat the extremism that erupted so violently towards Muslims in Christchurch last week.
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