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We in Northland are sick of being political pawns
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Authorities urge Te Hiku residents to get their first jab this week in time for Christmas.
As of Thursday, 58% of the eligible Māori population in Northland was fully vaccinated.
Low cloud. Drizzle at times. Northerlies changing fresh southerly late afternoon.
Cloudy with patchy drizzle in the morning, then becoming mainly fine. Fresh southeasterlies.
Partly cloudy. Southeasterlies dying out.
People are urged to regularly check the locations of interest page.
People who visited the Sacred Heart Dargaville Parish are being urged to get tested.
Locations listed on Health Ministry website.
Awanui Hotel publican knew 24 hrs before hearing from MoH about a confirmed Covid-19 case
Te Whānau o Waipareira are touring Northland to help vaccinate Māori
"We need to save our groundwater reserves. The council needs to decline these consents."