Those behind a new iwi-led study hope it will tip the scales in favour of vulnerable communities trying to oppose liquor outlets.
Māori 'up against it' battling liquor store licensing in local communities
Hāpai Te Hauora, the largest Māori public health collective in Aotearoa, outlines key priority areas it hopes to see for Budget 2021 Health.
This morning the Government announced a proposal for a suite of changes to the composition of the New Zealand Health Sector
In an announcement made this week, from Tuesday 23rd March, Aucklanders will be able to order alcohol on demand using the new feature on the UberEats app, with Christchurch and Wellington to follow in the coming weeks. With alcohol outlet density a major issue, this service makes it even easier for our whānau and communities to access alcohol.
Rangatahi are weighing into the cannabis debate, offering their reasons for voting 'yes' or 'no' in this month's referendum on whether cannabis should be legalised.
Despite the gap closing slightly through the special vote count, recreational cannabis use continues to remain illegal under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Hāpai te Hauora is once again calling for the Government to honor its Tiriti Partnership, and echoes calls for strong Māori leadership to spearhead response to second wave of COVID-19, as Aucklander’s brace for 12 more days at Level 3, whilst the country navigates the second wave of COVID-19 community transmission.
Hāpai te Hauora welcomes the decision of the Food Standards Authority for Australia and New Zealand to make pregnancy warning labels compulsory on all alcohol products within the next three years.
This morning the government announced major changes in the strategic direction and composition of the New Zealand health sector.