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A significantly better offer

Press Release – DHBNZ

District Health Boards have almost doubled their offer to nurses in a package of more than half a billion dollars to settle pay negotiations with NZNO. Read more »

Time to ditch the post-colonial diet

Press Release – Annah Stretton

Annah stretton says its time to ditch the post-colonial diet and get back to our roots Read more »

Seed of contentment or chaos?

Press Release – Arts on Tour New Zealand

Seed of contentment or chaos? Winning play tours with AOTNZ 4 July – 4 Aug 2018 IVF isnt fool proof and IUDs arent failsafe. iPhones come with ovulation apps and being married doesnt mean you have to breed. Seed follows four women as they … Read more »

‘The regime we have for abortion is working well’ – Bridges

Article – RNZ

The abortion system in New Zealand working well and there isn’t a case for change, says National Party leader Simon Bridges. Read more »

Community voices important to PHARMAC

Press Release – PHARMAC

Community voices important to PHARMAC This year, PHARMAC is reviewing the way we seek and incorporate the consumer voice in our work, and is asking people about how we could improve input from, or engagement with, them. PHARMAC Chief Executive, Sarah … Read more »

WGTN’s generosity ensuring continuation of kai and community

Press Release – Compassion Soup Kitchen

On Friday 25th May, Wellingtonians demonstrated their goodwill and generosity towards to the Compassion Soup Kitchen. Over 200 volunteers collected at 20 sites around the Wellington region, fundraising to support the capitals most marginalised and … Read more »

Still time for submissions to be sent to Inquiry

Press Release – Govt Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction

Still time for submissions to be sent Theres still time to get submissions into the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction. Read more »

Celebrating the best in Hi-Tech

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran was among those celebrating the successes of New Zealands high-tech companies and high-flying individuals at the annual NZ Hi-Tech Awards tonight in Christchurch. Read more »

Viral Hepatitis, B and C – Lift the Global Burden

Press Release – NZ Society of Gastroentorology

Viral hepatitis B and C are significant causes of suffering for New Zealanders. If left untreated both Hepatitis B and C can lead to liver failure requiring transplantation. Both can cause liver cancer and premature death. The Society are very pleased that … Read more »

Opportunities to help shape District Digital Health Vision

Press Release – MidCentral District Health Board

Members of the public are invited to help shape the future of digital health by contributing to the development of MidCentral Districts first-ever Digital Health Vision and Strategy. Read more »

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