There are defects in two batches of the 300 microgram Adrenaline Auto-Injectors.
A group of anti-fluoride campaigners want the NCC to provide filters if fluoride is added to the region's water.
Ageing baby boomers are struggling to pay sky-rocketing health insurance premiums.
Al Ingram has been told he's got three months left - three months to make memories for his family.
A national disability support provider plans to ditch a host of services making uncertain the future care of more than 1000 people.
Health bosses are looking overseas to fill midwife vacancies at Waikato Hospital.
Lying in a coma, Jules Wilson's mum agreed to turn off her daughter's life support. But she wasn't ready to go.
Children born after the Chch quakes are starting school with quake-related stress, including wetting themselves two or three times a day.
Social agencies call for gambling addiction specialist as contract review is delayed.
He's been in mental health care for a decade, at a cost of about $2500 a day. Soon, he will be released.
Insurer AIA launches cover for super-costly immunotherapy cancer drugs.
Their mouths are open, their movements are jerky and tense, and they don't seem to realise they are being filmed.
Forget quiet summers and busy winters, Auckland's Middlemore Hospital now has a full emergency department right through the year.
"He was like this little boy who was trapped in this body of pain," says nan who donated her liver.
"We are doing things our GP colleagues were doing 200 years ago."
Waikato leaders slam rival rural medical school bid.
"I did not know if I was going to even make it today."
Taxpayers footing hefty bill for autistic man's care in isolation, as family calls for his release.
The Cancer Society says many Southlanders travelling long distances for treatment are not getting the compensation they need.
Government health programme was referred to Kiwis with cases like pre-diabetes and heart disease.
Hurunui is a community at crisis point, and "all they ever hear about is Kaikoura".
Patient's X-ray results went missing when her doctor was on leave. By the time they realised, it was too late.
Smaller, healthier and happier was how Deeyana Amosa felt after completing the Stadium Stomp.
Pressure mounts on government to take action over surgical mesh complications, to protect patients and compensate victims.
Hospital tells cancer patient Alison MacKenzie that it would rather spend money on people who didn't have weeks to live.
Luca Fassbender was born 13 weeks premature with an uncertain future. Now he's knocking down the milestones.
Elderly struggling with undiagnosed depression and anxiety don't know where to look for help.
Wellington Hospital needs seven more midwives, but some larger hospitals are even worse off.
New research examines effects of having access to too much online medical advice.
About three-quarters of IDEA Services support workers are expected to vote on possible strike action.