Over half of supermarket chickens tested by Consumer NZ carried the bacteria, but poultry association says gastro illness had been approaching a record low.
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New Auckland centre will introduce human testing for the first time in NZ, translating to new research and treatment possibilities.
A loophole allowing travellers to enter New Zealand with a one month supply of prescribed medicinal cannabis products from the US has been closed.
Every year, one in 200 New Zealanders is diagnosed with some form of cancer.
Ardent anti-smoking advocate who battled big tobacco companies leaves public health legacy.
First MidCentral threatened to cut off a 96-year-old, now two more women suffer similar treatment.
Health lobbyists want icons showing how many teaspoons of sugar per serving.
More than $15,000 worth of grocery and Warehouse vouchers have been given to pregnant smokers as an incentive to quit.
A kind-hearted Cambridge couple has bought the local St John unit a brand new ambulance.
An outbreak in the infection has been linked to compost or potting mix.
Man whose life turned around thanks to kidney donation from his sister will now inspire others.
Abortion is technically illegal under the Crimes Act, but the Justice Minister doesn't think that's a problem.
Government keen not to fall short on mental health in Kaikoura, after controversy in Christchurch.
''We are at the point, very soon, where it will be normal for anybody to engage in the New Zealand health system and see a Maori doctor.''
Wellington's clown doctors are looking for funding so they can continue their smile-making work.
"All I want is for the truth to come out. And it is now coming out," former investigator says.
The Southern District Health Board's annual report shows positive results for child immunisation, especially for Maori children.
Mary Potter boss says it has "gone out of its way" to gain Newtown residents' support.
Health Minister accused of ignoring "compelling" evidence for a sugar tax.
Free health clinic travels into quake-struck towns to find residents "walking on eggshells".
Petone resthome residents need new home.
The Horowhenua Health Centre is struggling to recruit a doctor to fill a pending vacancy.
A dozen cases reported in children and adults around Wellington.
Arthritis New Zealand fears a national shortage has hit Manawatu.
Former MidCentral DHB chief executive joins the Arohanui Hospice board.
It took her granddad. It affected her gran, and her mum. Mercedes van Royen, 12, wants it out in the open.
Patient with drug habit threw bottle at ED doctor, and smashed doors and a window.
HIV stigma is holding rural Maori back, health advocate says. Some, for example, still think being gay is illegal.