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All patients seeking gender reassignment look likely to be sent overseas for surgery rather than it being carried out in New Zealand.
Campaigners against the use of surgical mesh have told a select committee there is new evidence that the polypropylene mesh degrades in the body, causing severe pain and complications.
Allowing young teenagers to terminate pregnancies without their parents' knowledge is the only good part of our abortion law, argues Family Planning.
NZ and Australia have the highest skin cancer mortality rates in the world, but it could have been much worse had the use of chlorofluorocarbons not been phased out.
We are often told about the special relationship between the two countries, but there's nothing special about being a Kiwi in Australia.
Medical specialists have called on the Australian and NZ governments to treat refugees and asylum seekers better.
The majority of Kiwis feel satisfied with their lives and rate their sense of purpose highly, according to a survey.
The decision about the legality of assisted suicide is one best left to Parliament than the court, the Solicitor-General says.
Nelson City Council thinks the Government should foot the bill for the region to have its water fluoridated.
It's the second day of Lecretia Seales' High Court fight for the right to die - but opponents say she shouldn't fear becoming dependent on care.
Prime Minister John Key expects Labour to campaign at the next election on cutting the state pension.
Tristram Clayton returned to Papakura Cemetery to find out So how is the police investigation going.
Thanks to the dedicated work of scientists, a vaccine to fight the tumours returning is being developed and has had some real success.
A revamped version of the Lowdown website has been launched to help youth with mental health questions.
The inability to allow a terminally-ill woman's assisted suicide is sacrificing her dignity in order to "perversely affirm" life, her lawyer says.
Parliament's failure to debate legalise assisted suicide makes it more likely the courts will have to make a call on it, according to one law expert.
Tony Field looks at an anxious week for farmers, the rising costs of superannuation and the changing fortunes of the world's wealthiest people.
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