Manukau


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Manukau

(ˈmɑːnʊˌkaʊ)
n
(Placename) a city in New Zealand, on Manukau Harbour (an inlet of the Tasman Sea) near Auckland on NW North Island. Pop: 326 200 (2004 est)
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"Counties Manukau DHB has opened three outreach centres in South Auckland where people can go to get free MMR vaccinations.
The launch follows a successful trial in 2017, involving 56 community nurses from Counties Manukau District Health Board (DHB) and Family Planning New Zealand.
Williams is attached to the Puni club in the Counties Manukau area and needed clearance to play for Ponsonby.
During this time she was a member of the Branch Councils in Hamilton, Auckland, Manukau and Opotiki.
Before signing terms with Connacht in 2014, the current Ireland centre (right) was coached by Umaga during a threeyear stint at Counties Manukau in New Zealand.
1) ALEXANDER DIMITRENKO, KO 3, Manukau, Auckland, October 1, 2016: Parker was at his devastating best as he destroyed Dimitrenko, who had only been stopped once in his previous 40 fights.
Captain at the club in the second half of his final season (the physical No8 from Manukau played from 1984 to 1986), the club are delighted to welcome Cotter back to Huddersfield.
Existing signatories--including Counties Manukau Health (New Zealand), Gundersen Health System (USA), Hospital Albert Einstein and Hospital Sirio Libanes (Brazil), Kaiser Permanente (USA), NHS Sustainable Development Unit (England), Virginia Mason Health System (USA), Western Cape Government Health (South Africa), and Yonsei University Health System (South Korea)--have already made substantial progress toward greening their hospitals.
The 25-year-old Aucklander, a towering 6 feet 7 inches and weighing in at 17 1/2 stones, has played Ranfurly Shield rugby for Counties Manukau and has chosen to sample the Northern Hemisphere game at the expense of a place in their squad for New Zealand's premier ITM Cup competition which starts in mid-August.
County's Manukau fly-half Dean Cummins converted, and the New Zealander was also successful with two penalties.
"When the Trust withdrew its support I received another application from Mr Tyson's representatives with the support of the Manukau Urban Maori Authority," she added.