An injured Christchurch man says cuts to his ACC payments may force him to sell his home.
Vita - the little girl whose name means 'life' - has helped raised thousands for charity through her own range of beanies.
The campervan will allow home-based dialysis patients to travel.
One minute Elizabeth McKenzie was dancing to Elton John, the next she was desperately trying to save a man's life.
A mixup in a Thai hospital has left a Kiwi family with someone else's child.
A top Auckland doctor says she has achieved "nothing" in the fight against obesity.
Over five decades, Kiwis' grocery baskets have become more diverse, if not always more sophisticated.
With smoking down and medicines improving, the average New Zealander now lives about 10 years longer than 50 years ago.
Seventeen people suffering effects of synthetic cannabis were brought into Waitakere Hospital over the course of five days.
A New Zealand sex therapist says we should talk to our kids about porn, but not let them watch it.
New Zealanders are stubbing out tobacco but still struggling with our expanding waistlines.
A Waitarere man suffering joint pain for two and a half years is still waiting for life-changing surgery.
Health benefits on Uncle Tobys oat packets draws consumer watchdogs wrath.
Christchurch Hospital staff are calling for better parking options after workers were threatened as they returned to their cars.
DHBs need more resources to deal with the rising rates of type 1, says study.
The Waikato DHB has taken a moral stand against gambling.
ACC has reviewed its policy on allowances after research shows sexual abuse may cause schizophrenia.
David Boomert's life is a battle against his own brain and its obsession with food.
How a bucket of Hawke's Bay mussels won over an England women's rugby player.
Sophie Jayawardene has dedicated her life to people living with HIV to break down the stigma and discrimination.
The Nelson Marlborough DHB is developing a policy on using cameras in hospitals to protect patient and staff privacy.
A child is admitted to hospital with inflicted injuries every second day.
Workers exposed to legionella bacteria highlight the need for recommendations on cooling towers to be enforced.
City council can't outlaw smoking, but it can put a ban on cigarette butts.
At 230kg, Blenheim man Kevin Williams needs a mobility scooter and there are no suitable state homes.
Two contract workers and one Fonterra employee admitted to hospital.
For the first time in his life, Nic Coulton wants to tell people about his epilepsy.
Angela Sunkel's family donate money to support patients with cancer.
MidCentral District Health Board is being urged to keep up the pace on its mental health overhaul.
More emphasis needs to be placed on curbing alcohol abuse among elderly people, Alcohol and Drug Dependence programme director says.