Residents who are on the Johnson’s Road water supply are advised to begin boiling water.
A boil water notice has been issued for the Johnson’s Road water supply after test results were received showing e.coli levels were above recommended levels.
Residents who are on the Acheron water supply are advised to begin boiling water.
Adverse weather conditions have increased the turbidity of this water supply.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) today released findings showing that eating raw apricot kernels could pose a public health and safety risk to consumers.
Auckland Council’s ban on using legal highs in a public place is an excellent idea that should be replicated around New Zealand, says Labour’s Associate Health Spokesperson Iain Lees-Galloway.
The local Medical Officer of Health is urging parents to ensure that their children are up to date with their immunisations.
Nelson Marlborough Medical Officer of Health says virus risk will increase with travel during the school holidays.
Nurse practitioners are just as good as registrars in making patient diagnoses - even very complex ones - and planning the correct care, says a new Doctor of Philosophy from Massey University.
Health Minister Tony Ryall says new technology being introduced by St John ambulance, and partially funded by the government, will change the way paramedics work in the field.
Changes to the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board (NMDHB) linen usage are giving patients a more comfortable stay while significantly reducing the cost of laundering.
The CTU have today presented to the health select committee in support of plain packaging of tobacco.
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