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1 day ago

Do police need to tighten the Auckland-Waikato border case cases rise?

Todd Niall Reporter from Community News

Kia ora neighbours, With Covid-19 daily cases in Auckland forecast to double, police won't say whether boundary controls have tightened since rural locals reported higher volumes of traffic on cross-boundary back roads. Read the story below:

1 day ago

Do police need to tighten the Auckland-Waikato border case cases rise?

Todd Niall Reporter from Community News

Kia ora neighbours, With Covid-19 daily cases in Auckland forecast to double, police won't say whether boundary controls have tightened since rural locals reported higher volumes of traffic on cross-boundary back roads. Read the story below:

2 hours ago

Equity of effort"

Paul from Pukete

Equity of effort"
Māori are walking into a perfect storm made for them by the Government’s response , Māori have been left exposed advises John Tamihere chief executive of the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency), an umbrella group for Māori health providers, including his own West Auckland-based Waipareira Trust., saying the current situation was “deplorable” and “appalling”. the problems for Māori remained the same. “We were always going to have major problems because the Ministry of Health and DHBs refused to acknowledge we would require a different form of roll-out in Māori communities.”
Tamihere suggested Māori should have been invited to be vaccinated as opposed to a booking system that was a “lottery”.

Māori were not hesitant to get a vaccine, he said, but were distrustful of anything the Government advised, and in some low socio-economic areas people were struggling to put food on the table. Getting vaccinated was often the last thing on their mind, he said.

“To put it mildly, we hate Government agencies.”

Well john to put it mildly your comments are not helpful, they only serve to exacerbate the angst felt by other ,im a bit confused as you are striving to achieve "equity" but fail to appreciate it requires an "equity of effort" acting in the national interest