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Lecretia Seales' family won't appeal a High Court decision rejecting her bid for the right to die on her terms.
Nearly 450 state housing tenants want to be moved because of health concerns, figures from Housing New Zealand reveal.
The father of Down syndrome baby Leo has appeared in court charged with assault against a woman who helped manage his $600,000 fund.
More than $500,000 has been refunded to car owners whose vehicle's safety was wrongly classified by ACC.
The Prime Minister's chief science adviser says it is "silly" to rule out sugar and fat taxes to tackle the obesity epidemic.
People are becoming more concerned about sugar and are switching to alternative food and drinks. So what do you do if you are a global soft drink giant?
Kiwi men are being urged to take note of a new study into the rates of the cancer-linked human papilloma virus (HPV) in men.
New research shows increasing the price of tobacco in New Zealand is working – not just to improve health, but also to reduce inequality.
Trade Minister Tim Groser says withdrawing from the TPPA, as Labour has threatened, would see New Zealand lose the benefits it brings.
MPs were asked whether they support changing the law on euthanasia after a 3 News/Reid Research poll found 71 percent of people would be in favour of it.
The latest 3 News Reid-Research poll shows Kiwis are overwhelming in support of changing the law to allow euthanasia, following the campaign by Wellington lawyer Lecretia Seales.
Two surgeons, an anaesthetist and a district health board have been censured for failing a man who died from complications during surgery he may not have needed.
A midwife who didn't recognise a patient was in preterm labour has been reprimanded for failing to give the woman reasonable care.
A man charged with fraudulently posing as a psychiatrist at Waikato Hospital for six months will have his second court appearance next week, court documents show.
A man allegedly able to pose as a Waikato Hospital psychiatrist for six months has sparked an urgent meeting between health bosses and Health Minister Jonathan Coleman.
The Problem Gambling Foundation says it's been a difficult time trying to cope with a cut to Government funding.
Questions have been raised whether country's support services are effectively targeting those most in need following the release of new research today.
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