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A Nelson nurse who recently returned from Sierra Leone has been cleared of having the deadly virus Ebola.
More than two-thirds of Kiwi schools could be breaching the law by not displaying smoke-free signage at their main entrances, according to a new study.
An investigation is underway after the death of a child who was being moved for emergency treatment at Starship Children's Hospital.
A Kiwi healthcare worker recently returned from treating Ebola in Sierra Leone is undergoing testing to rule out whether they have the virus themselves.
Thames residents will protest today over plans to build a crematorium close to the town's restaurants and bars.
In the fourth instalment of our Great War stories, we look at Ettie Rout – a pioneering health educator who promoted safe sex for soldiers.
In a New Zealand first, the fight to allow a Wellington lawyer to die on her terms has taken its first step in court today.
The Government expects to distribute 1.2 million flu vaccinations this year as the annual campaign is kicked off by Health Minister Jonathan Coleman.
The family of a teenage boy who died after his oxygen-monitoring machine was accidently disconnected in hospital has expressed disappointment in the "failure" of the healthcare system.
A terminally ill Wellington woman has petitioned the High Court to uphold her right to die at the time of her choosing.
Kumara, a South American native that became a Kiwi favourite, has been naturally genetically modified with bacterial DNA, researchers have found.
Groups opposed to voluntary suicide say a terminally ill Wellington lawyer's bid to legally end her own life sets a dangerous precedent.
Staff at a West Coast hospital should have done more to care for a 15-year-old boy who died after a routine operation to remove his appendix.
Health and Disability Commissioner Anthony Hill says staff failed to "think critically" when they managed the delivery of a stillborn baby.
An extremely drunk man had police shaking their heads in dismay after he was found asleep in the middle of the road in Napier.
Another whooping cough epidemic is on its way, say specialists who are warning parents to get themselves and their kids immunised.
Tomorrow sees the start of Immunisation Week, and for those who are frightened of needles, doctors say the real worry should be catching something like whooping cough.
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