1. The meaning of the Vajra Guru Mantra in Nepali Language

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    The venerable Khenpo Ngawang Sangay explains the Vajra Guru Mantra in Nepali Language

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    • Balloons over waitako

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      The Festival is a major iconic event for the general public on the annual calendar in both Hamilton and the Waikato Region. Six times voted Best Waikato Event by the public of Hamilton and winner of the prestigious Business Excellence Award for the Not-for-Profit sector, this event is must do in the Waikato events calendar. The Event runs for five days in late March at Innes Common, Hamilton Lake and The University of Waikato.

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      • Mel Parsons Drylands Tour Gig at the Globe Theatre

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        Mel Parsons playing at Palmerston North's Globe Theatre on her Drylands Tour of NZ 2015 with Christof (Bass) and Ged Paul (Guitars). Here are some Insta Video's and Pictures with the tour Poster and the Set List A fantastic New Zealand women singer songwriter.

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        • James Rice: HIV Clinical Nurse Specialist

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          WELLINGTON HOSPITAL - NGA PUNA WAIORA Wellington WEBSITEwww.ccdhb.org.nz Details for the nurse specialist: Ph: (04) 806 2610 Fax: (04) 385 5360 Mobile: 027 444 1967 Email: james.rice@ccdhb.org.nz Capital & Coast DHB Infectious Diseases Department PUBLIC SERVICE What are Infectious Diseases? An infectious disease is a disease caused by the presence of pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites. Infectious diseases vary in their ability to be spread from one person to another; those that do spread are known as contagious or communicable diseases. Most minor infectious diseases e.g. warts, respiratory system infections, can be diagnosed by clinical presentation while in other cases it may be necessary to identify the particular microbe. Many infectious diseases are diagnosed and treated by primary care doctors or by other medical or surgical teams in the hospital. However, in some cases, specialist doctors who have trained and have expertise in infectious diseases will become involved. This may be necessary when e.g. there is not a definite diagnosis, the patient is immunocompromised (their immune system is unable to fight the infection) or the disease has not responded to first line antibiotics. At your outpatient visit you may be seen by a consultant, a registrar and/or a nurse. The Infectious Diseases Service at Wellington Hospital contributes to the care of people with a wide variety of infections both within the hospital and in the Wellington/Kapiti/Hutt Valley regions. We directly look after a small number of people on the Internal Medicine Ward. We also see a large number of people who are being looked after by other services throughout the hospital to offer advice on the appropriate management of problems due to infection. We see a large number of people with non urgent problems in our outpatient clinics at the front of the new hospital. We see people with: HIV infection infections after surgery travel associated infections such as malaria, dengue and typhoid tuberculosis infections after organ/bone marrow transplants or in people whose immune system is suppressed for other reasons infections that will require prolonged intravenous antibiotic treatment that we can often arrange to give at home – HITH service.

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          • Michael Baker's 5th Lecture: Housing & Health

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            Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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            • Michael Baker's 4th lecture: Outbreak Investigation

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              Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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              • Ellie & Matt

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                • Winter Menu 2015

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                  A selection of past favourites with some new dishes using fresh seasonal ingredients

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                  • Dori Combat Challenge R1 Track Testing

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                    Track Layout Testing For Round 1 Of Dori Combat Challenge NZ Saturday June 27th @ Meremere, Entry $5 -11.30am-3.30pm Featuring Stewy Bryant, Shane Van Gisbergen, Pernell Callaghan, Joe Kukutai And many more! N/a Class & Open Class 215 tyre limit Pre 1990 Chassis's All pro drivers in N/a Class

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                    • Simon Hales: Air Pollution & Health

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                      Contact Details Tel: +64 4 918 5625 Fax: +64 4 389 5319 Email: simon.hales@otago.ac.nz Research Interests and Activities Simon is an environmental epidemiologist with an interest in the atmospheric environment and global issues. Simon's current projects include: assessing health aspects of vulnerability and adaptation to climate change (NZ and Fiji) estimating the global burden of disease attributable to climate change empirical modelling of communicable disease in relation to climate health co benefits of climate change mitigation health impact assessment of air pollution exposure

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