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A woman who went to a medical clinic suffering from painful surgery complications was forced to wait for an ambulance while lying in her car.
It's Children's Day and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley is urging people to get out to a number of events around the country marking it.
The New Zealand High Court has taken guardianship over a nine-year-old boy infected with HIV to ensure he receives his medicine.
The argumentations are calling for a blanket ban on commercial sunbeds, saying a bill which would ban under-18s from using the technology doesn't go far enough.
If mobile phones are meant to increase the risk of brain tumours there is no evidence of it in cancer statistics in New Zealand, research shows.
Doctors are warning that if the Government gets its way, medicines in Australia and New Zealand may end up costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a year more.
Two nurses have been reprimanded after administering 10 times the prescribed dose of codeine to a three-year-old boy before surgery.
After naturally losing 55kg over two years, Elora Harre is now campaigning to have her excess-skin surgery publicly funded.
This year's Auckland Weet-Bix TRYathlon has proved so popular, it has already sold out.
Nearly half of Kiwi doctors are in favour of physician-assisted dying according to a new survey, but some experts are questioning its accuracy.
Out of the 100 artists contributing to this year's Whittaker's Big Egg Hunt, only one can make a footprint quite like Burma.
New Zealanders are having fewer babies, but no one has told the winterless north, where women are getting on with the job of producing the sound of pitter-patter.
A new Otago University study has found that first-year students who drink heavily during orientation week end up binge-drinking more often throughout the year.
A Christchurch woman has won over $12,000 after the Employment Relations Authority found she was unjustifiably fired for having epilepsy.
The Fred Hollows Foundation says access to treatment is a huge hurdle for people with eye problems, but a Kiwi-built mobile eye clinic is tipped to change that.
Ali Ikram spent the afternoon with the latest young Kiwi who is looking forward to being proud of her smile one day.
A mystery eye problem has caused several competitors to be treated for chemical eye injuries.
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