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Stuff.co.nz: Nine-year-old autistic boy found

Stuff.co.nz: Nine-year-old autistic boy found

Police are worried Jaidarn Nelson may not be able to communicate with anyone who finds him.

Police say they have found a nine-year-old autistic boy in Auckland, Jaidarn Nelson.

Nelson was reported missing from Clover Park, Auckland this morning has been found “safe and well” according to Police.

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Stuff.co.nz: Nine-year-old autistic boy missing

Stuff.co.nz: Nine-year-old autistic boy missing

Police are worried Jaidarn Nelson may not be able to communicate with anyone who finds him.

Police say they have found a nine-year-old autistic boy in Auckland, Jaidarn Nelson.

Nelson was reported missing from Clover Park, Auckland this morning has been found “safe and well” according to Police.

Police

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Stuff.co.nz: Teens make tote to create conversation and awareness around autism

Stuff.co.nz: Teens make tote to create conversation and awareness around autism

Albany Senior High School students Kayla Turner and Caitlin Hancy with their tote bag.

All they knew was that they wanted to start a conversation to support those experiencing stigma from health conditions. 

Six months later Caitlin Hancy and Kayla Turner, 16, are sporting the fruits of the first project

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Stuff.co.nz: Dr Lance O'Sullivan: It was when my daughter got sick that I realised how important immunisation is

Stuff.co.nz: Dr Lance O'Sullivan: It was when my daughter got sick that I realised how important immunisation is

Dr Lance O’Sullivan speaks and performs a haka at a screening of the anti vaccination film Vaxxed in Kaitaia.

It was 1996 and we were young parents. I was at medical school when I came upon an anti-immunisation pamphlet left in one of our lecture theatres.

I was suspicious of the establishment at the time. You need to understand, I had grown up a welfare-dependent “half-caste” (I hate that term) boy living with his mother, escaping from

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