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Uni-Chefvirologe Hans-Georg Kräusslich übt Kritik am neuen Infektionsschutzgesetz und hadert mit der einrichtungsbezogenen Impfpflicht. Außerdem geht es um die Fragen, wer wie oft man sich impfen lassen sollte und welche Gefahren drohen, wenn man mehrmals an Covid-19 erkrankt.Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung
 
Next month marks the 50th Anniversary of the presentation to Parliament of the Maori Language petition that called for the revitalisation of Te Reo Maori. Mere Boynton is the Director of Nga Toi Maori for Tawhiri and says there will five days of events in Wellington next month including kapa haka and cabaret style Maori show bands.…
 
On August 15 last year the Afghan capital, Kabul, again fell under Taliban control after the group's lightning fast campaign across the country following the withdrawal of American troops. Former Afghan MP Fawzia Koofi was in Kabul last August. She had spent twenty years promoting the rights of women and girls, especially their access to education …
 
The Cook Islands party continues its dominance with Mark Brown to return as prime minister; Pasifika healthcare in Aukilani gets a much needed boost with a new home opened for the Pasifika health service 'The Fono'; We get a play by play account of PNG's prime ministerial election earlier this week that saw James Marape win unopposed.…
 
For a nation world famous for its dairy produce, a growing number of New Zealanders are choosing milk alternatives. If you're thinking about trying them, how do you choose? Taste is important, but what's the healthiest, and is it sustainably produced? Reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi investigate. [embed] https://players.b…
 
When Heathline was overwhelmed with Covid calls last year, leaving people waiting hours on hold, Māori health workers picked up the phones to save lives. Today three iwi organisations from Te Ika-a-Māui signed an agreement with New Zealand Telehealth Services, to make sure calls are answered. Sam Olley was at the ceremony.…
 
Developers who go big on rental blocks - can now get tax relief if they offer homes to tenants for 10 years. The government package announced today applies to new and existing build-to-rent developments of 20 or more units. And they only have to offer 10 years - tenants can say no and leave with 58 days notice. I asked the Housing Minister Megan Wo…
 
The Mongrel Mob was born out of state-run institutions for teens in the 1960s, the very institutions that are under the spotlight for mistreating children in their care. In recent years the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has probed these state and faith-based set-ups. But there's a sense gang members have been reluctant to engage, s…
 
A fake doctor who worked at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital has the whole health sector on alert. Yuvaraj Krishnan worked in the hospital's respiratory unit for six months. The Ministry, Health Minister and Middlemore and are remaining tight-lipped while a police investigation is underway. Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand says it was already consid…
 
It's crunch time for the All Blacks this weekend especially coach Ian Foster. The side's lost five of their last six tests and New Zealand Rugby's hardly been glowing in its support of Foster, meaning lose this weekend and it could be all over for him. Reporter Leonard Powell popped out to ask people if they would be watching the game at 3am this S…
 
The Prime Minister is disputing claims bullying is rampant in the halls of power after Labour backbencher Gaurav Sharma hit 'go' on an explosive column in the NZ Herald. The Labour MP for Hamilton West - has laid low since penning the column alleging a bullying conspiracy that goes all the way up to the ninth floor. Our political reporter Anneke Sm…
 
Leo Molloy has quit the race to become the next mayor of Auckland, and has gone down fighting. Declaring 'cowboys don't cry', the self proclaimed 'hospo legend' says he's realised he can't win, after a poll showed he was third - behind Efeso Collins and Wayne Brown. Fronting the media this afternoon, holding a Heineken in his hand, he's gone out fi…
 
Today on the second half of The Panel, Wallace and panellists Alan McElroy and Andrew Clay discuss the struggle for workers in the tourism industry, Nga Tangata Microfinance Trust's call for interest-free, fee-free loans and the All Blacks upcoming bout against South Africa.
 
Today on the second half of The Panel, Wallace and panellists Alan McElroy and Andrew Clay discuss the struggle for workers in the tourism industry, Nga Tangata Microfinance Trust's call for interest-free, fee-free loans and the All Blacks upcoming bout against South Africa.
 
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