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Ngāti Hine Release Marae Guidelines Toolkit

2020-05-24T09:24:10+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

MEDIA STATEMENT – 24 May 2020 Ngāti Hine Release Marae Guidelines Toolkit Te Manawaroa o Ngāti Hine, the Ngāti Hine Covid-19 Emergency Response Taskforce have partnered with Te Maara a Hineāmaru to release a Marae Guidelines Toolkit to support hapū and marae trustees. The group have created a resource toolkit that addresses the practicalities of gatherings [...]

Ngāti Hine Responds to Level Two

2020-05-14T18:05:00+12:00Categories: News|

MEDIA STATEMENT – 14 MAY 2020  Ngāti Hine Responds to Level Two Te Manawaroa o Ngāti Hine community response group while supportive of the government’s Covid-19 alert level guidelines, the group is developing its own tailored version to suit local conditions. Pita Tipene, chair for Te Manawaroa said, “A finer and more detailed brush is needed [...]

Community Outreach Locations Update

2020-04-25T18:17:28+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Ngati Hine Health Trust Outreach Flu Immunisations and Covid19 Testing Available VENUES Tuesday 28/4/20 - Motatau Where: Motatau Marae, Motatau Time: 10am -2pm Wednesday 29/4/20- Karetu Where:  Karetu Marae, 652 Waikare Road , Karetu Time: 10am- 2pm Thursday 30/4/20 – Rawhiti Where: Kaingahoa Marae- 243 Rawhiti Road, Rawhiti. Time: 10am-2pm Friday 1st May – Mangakahia Where:  [...]

NHHT Drop In Immunisation Centre Kawakawa

2020-04-15T20:01:56+12:00Categories: News|

Flu Vaccinations Available Ngati Hine Health Trust is offering community-wide Flu Vaccinations for high risk whanau including those 65 years and over, those with a long term condition such as heart, respiratory\asthma, diabetes, immune-compromised, children with asthma and hapu mama. Flu vaccination is also available for high risk people such as healthcare and other frontline workers, [...]

Te Manawaroa o Ngati Hine nga mahi kua tutuki

2020-04-15T21:00:10+12:00Categories: News, Uncategorized|

He mihi nui Kia ora to all our whanau out there. Thank you to our kaimahi and all the other essential kaimahi out there. Here's a few pics from last week and this week. ·         Sorting and distributing care and kai packs. ·         Whanau taking their own health cautions – leaving signs out front of the [...]

Community Based Testing Centre (CBT)

2020-04-09T13:27:10+12:00Categories: News|

Ngati Hine Health Trust COVID-19 Community Based Testing Centre (CBT)  OPENS ON GOOD FRIDAY FROM 10AM TO 2PM OPEN WEEKDAYS 9AM TO 2PM OPEN WEEKENDS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 10AM TO 2PM If you do not have symptoms – you will not be tested. Call us on 0800 737 573 IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE YOU GO TO THE [...]

NHHT An Update Of Our Services_03 April 2020

2020-04-03T17:01:13+12:00Categories: News|

03 April 2020  NHHT Essential Services Our offices are currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 and the Whakakopani (Lock Down) period. These Ngati Hine Health Trust (NHHT) essential services are still working with safety and precaution. NHHT Essential Services include: Manaaki Manawa Nurses Maiaorere Home Support Disability Support Services Te Hononga Hou Residential Services [...]

Ngāti Hine Communities Unite in COVID-19 Response

2020-04-01T19:21:15+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

Panui - Ngāti Hine Communities Unite in COVID-19 Response “Te Manawaroa o Ngāti Hine” is the new Ngāti Hine community response group, established to lead out a long-term community response to COVID-19. Following crisis talks, the group decided to reach out wider and establish a coordinated operating system to serve the whole community. Te Manawaroa o [...]

🗣 Daily Panui Update on Covid19 25/03/2020

2020-03-25T16:23:51+12:00Categories: Uncategorized|

  *Healthline - 0800 611 116 *COVID 19 Healthline - 0800 358 54 53 www.covid19.govt.nz *Ngati Hine Health Trust - 0800 737 573   Community Response to Covid-19 25/03/20 WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW? Take this seriously whanau. Stay home during this time and you will save lives. Covid19 can cause severe sickness and death. [...]

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