Kawepūrongo - News & Stories
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The European medalist, who is in Suzuka in Japan training for Tokyo 2020, told BBC Radio 5 Live that she was "overwhelmed" by the experience. Watch the story here. Read More
After a crash that almost took her life, Susan Evans' leg was amputated. She's returning to an active lifestyle and the things she loves. Read More
Youngsters with Type 1 diabetes are taking part in the Around the Mountain Relay in a bid to raise awareness of the disease. Read the full story here. Read More
District Health Boards are among the biggest employers of Māori and Pacific people. But they're not doctors, nurses and managers, they're cleaners, kitchen workers and orderlies. Read More
A New Zealand-based health manager says the social determinants of health need to be addressed in the fight against diabetes and obesity. See the full story here. Read More