There is no mistaking that Tamati Hamiora is disabled. Here's how he forgets.
A wealthy, high-profile New Zealander has offered to fund a new rehabilitation centre for methamphetamine - or P - addicts in Wellington.
Grant Looker hopes an expensive cancer drug will allow him to walk his daughter down the aisle.
A fish tank in Dunedin Hospital’s children’s ward has cost more than $1000 a week to run.
Girl who is so ill she couldn't get on a plane has won the battle to stay in NZ.
A quarter of the population lives with disabilities yet remains some of the most marginalised in society.
Meet some finalists in the 2014 Attitude Awards, which recognise talented people living with disabilities.
Holly Atwood is an inspiration. She plays in a band, composes her own music and has a Certificate in Social Services, all without the use of her eyes.
Each one of Taine's 400 beads represented a part of his painful cancer journey and now they are gone.
Human error blamed for inclusion of patient names a hospital committee presentation.
Palmerston North is closer to having a primary birth centre, with three locations under consideration.
Alexander Vane hasn't had a birthday cake, never had chocolate, and only ever had one icecream.
Young doctors who are social-media savvy often struggle to maintain boundaries with patients.
Losing her legs at the age of 2 has not stopped Ava Meehan, 9, living life to the full.
A Hutt Valley medical centre is planning "walk in" clinics.
System 'at best a joke, at worst dangerous'
Users of Nelson's mental health service say they are not taken seriously when they call for help. Stacey Knott investigates as part of the Lifting the Lid series.
Should fluoride in water be the responsibility of central government?