Shortly KidsCan and Lumino will distribute 8500 packs filled with toothpaste, toothbrushes and floss throughout the country....
Murray McCully has offered to send NZ soldiers to the Middle East if there's an unsanctioned peace deal between Palestine and Israeli.
A New Zealand man was the guest of honour at a service to mark the 70th anniversary of the dambusters raids.
The man who organised a trip for two WWII vets to return to the battleground has come under fire for not taking their health into consideration.
Part of the New Zealand Defence Force withdrawal from Afghanistan has been put on hold.
A survey shows more than one third of New Zealanders are expecting to struggle to heat their homes this winter.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne is attempting to push through his Psychoactive Substances Bill faster.
A Wellington man who says ACC owes him $4.6 million in damages is staging a sit-in protest at the front doors of the corporation's head office.
More than a third of Kiwi adults will be braving the cold in their home this winter, unable to afford heating.
Up to 88 percent of children who died while sleeping with their parents may not have died if they were sleeping on their own.
The Waitemata District Health Board is defending its ban on smoking in its acute mental health units, saying it’s about "changing the culture".
More than 50 New Zealanders die of asthma every year – about one a week.
Pregnant women who drink and take ecstasy are exposing their unborn babies to a dangerous drug duo more damaging than each alone.
The Health and Disability Commissioner has criticised the care given to an elderly woman who died in Tauranga Hospital.
A nurse and two patients challenging a DHB ban on smoking in acute mental health units say it is a matter of "human dignity".
A visiting researcher says New Zealand needs to do more to help children in schools with behavioural issues.
The Auckland High Court will this morning begin hearing a case challenging the Waitemata District Health Board's ban on smoking.
An Australian law firm is calling on New Zealanders to get involved in a US class action if they think they have developed cancer by taking diabetes pills.
Auckland is one step closer to having smoke-free parks, reserves, sports fields and playgrounds.
Hundreds are expected to head to Waimauku in Auckland this weekend to travel down the world's longest waterslide.
Under the supervision of a doctor, RadioLIVE's Duncan Garner tries synthetic cannabis to show just how serious the side effects can be.
AUT University researchers want people to start eating more fat – the very thing that's supposed to make us all obese.
Mount Maunganui beachgoers are having their summer holidays ruined by a pesky bug that's being called the “mount mauler”.
Copyright © 2013 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.