ANALYSIS: With multiple safe and effective vaccines approved, parts of the globe are experiencing “brand tribalism”, where which vaccine you get is a hot issue.
A woman died in care after a nurse gave her medication meant for someone else. It's taken four years for the details to come out.
The true story of the Covid-19 pandemic has caused schisms within the scientific community. But the answers of its origin are still proving extremely elusive.
The Government's Covid-19 fix-it man says “unconstrained freedom” from pandemic restrictions at the border is unlikely to come for two to five years.
Sir Ian Taylor claims a US-based staff member was denied an MIQ place because he did not know if his father would die within six months.
Jacinda Ardern says there will still be enough for everyone as Medsafe approves Pfizer vaccine for use in 12 to 15-year-olds.
The Pfizer vaccine being rolled out across the country has been approved as safe for young teens, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced.
Immigration officials remain tightlipped about whether an overstayer soon to be deported from New Zealand was working as a sex worker.
A former corrections psychologist has been suspended for three years after admitting to being in a relationship with an inmate she was treating.
Despite red flags about the baby's size in the 12-week scans, the woman wasn't referred to a specialist, and terminated her pregnancy at 25 weeks.
The update comes as a community cluster of the virus in Sydney continues to grow and a Brisbane air crew worker tests positive.
The pandemic has hit poor people in cities the hardest, both economically and in terms of their health. This is true in both rich and poor countries.
Fiji's medical authorities have announced 166 new coronavirus cases, with community transmission now considered "broad".
Disabled patients and their families are calling on the Government to step in to save the Laura Fergusson Trust rehab centre in Auckland.
Women are more likely to have their claims declined and when they're accepted receive far less compensation than men, according to ACC figures.
Kiwi innovations, including the machine Brian Barratt-Boyes used in our first open-heart surgery, are going on display.
Qatar will require spectators at the 2022 World Cup to have received coronavirus vaccines to get into games, the government has announced.
International study finds Covid-19 vaccine is less effective for myeloma patients.
A rush to stockpile items in a crisis is a very human coping mechanism that shouldn’t necessarily be condemned, researchers say.
Every Women’s Refuge should have a two-storey pillow fort with a rock climbing wall, a teddy for every child and hot chocolate in the winter. It's sound advice from a nine-year-old.
Children's advice to Refuge instigates new pilot programme.
OPINION: We need 17 vaccine production lines and US$9.4 billion.
A mobile dental practice has hit the road reaching high school students that are 'falling through the cracks'.
A fishing rod, a bicycle, a guitar, a knife and fork: One by one, David Seymour is selling off the items he can no longer use.
After years of suffering seizures, one man has finally been 'fixed' through CBD oil usage. So why is this legal substance so hard to get?
The actor says feelings of stress and anxiety are heightened for those staying in managed isolation facilities.
The chief of Southland’s biggest volunteer fire brigade is backing a national push for ACC changes to better cover volunteer firefighters.
The cluster in New South Wales grew to nine on Sunday, prompting an expansion of existing restrictions.
Quarantine-free travel with New South Wales remains in place, despite new Covid-19 cases in Sydney.
Medical experts warn doctors could lose their jobs if they're found to be spreading misinformation.