Four Kiwis will take their case to High Court seeking compensation from ACC.
A lethal pandemic would warrant total border closure, Wellington researchers say.
Neighbours say health camp breaches subdivision ban on "commercial" uses.
But it all depends on the second set of water samples currently being hand-delivered to Massey University.
There was a debate on whether we should tax sugar... and the Government was nowhere in sight.
Swelling caused by a build-up of lymph fluid can be a problem years later.
Popualr Petone fountain re-opens.
Tech is everywhere in modern healthcare, but smartphones aren't. That could change soon.
Heath bosses are looking across the ditch to see how rural docs are helping revive small towns.
Ngai Tahu Farming is the latest organisation to sign up and deliver GoodYarn workshops to its staff and agricultural students.
Patrice Harrex doesn't want anyone else to lose a loved one through suicide, but the Government's draft plan is "spineless".
In just over a fortnight MidCentral DHB staff have supplied 59 pairs of new pyjamas for foster children.
One in ten Kiwi kids face "consistent" bullying from as early as two years old, a new report says.
It is the (Allan) Hewson Wing for Roy Hewson.
Being admitted in hospital is a tough time for any kid but a new initiative aims to brighten up children's stays at Hutt Hospital with brand new pyjamas.
'We almost lost her. We are very, very blessed. We know she is a miracle.'
It's been a busy time for art-based support group MIX as successes pile up for the organisation
New red tape will kill signature hamburger at NZ's oldest licensed restaurant, says chef.
Medical services are bracing themselves for a busy week as a red sea of rugby fans flood into Wellington.
Speakers from across the political spectrum found common ground at Sir Maui Pomare Day celebrations.
Instead of telling them to toughen up, Chris Bowden reckons society should be supporting men.
Jacqui Brown says she wouldn't be alive if it weren't for the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter team.
OPINION: If you're happy eating Big Macs, go back to your so-called meal. For the rest of us, the ban on medium-rare burgers takes government intrusion too far.
Landmark pay equity deal hailed as a victory for workers, but rest homes say otherwise.
Garth Wright works with corpses, day in, day out. They come back to visit him in dreams.
Tony Goddard says he wouldn't be here today if his niece hadn't asked him if he wanted to end his life.
Nelson's new vascular surgeon is providing better care for those needing treatment for blocked arteries and aneurysms.
Training doctors away from tertiary hospitals is helping boost rural GP numbers across the ditch.
Kiwi med students say an Australian model of training would work well in New Zealand.
We are living longer, healthier lives and more of us are knocking off a century. Bess Manson speaks to four centenarians.