Pesticides are to stay in baby food, in spite of a petition presented to parliament.
The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) says the Christchurch City Council’s recent decision to approve its Local Alcohol Policy is a big step forward.
Minister Joyce has been touting that we must consider fairness to taxpayers on the student loan issues around medical students. However, New Zealanders must consider the economic impact of not letting new doctors graduate.
A government led national salt reduction strategy is needed for New Zealand, according to a new study from the University of Auckland.
The only smoke you’ll find at Nando’s Rotorua is from their smoking hot peri peri sauce.
New joint research from the Heart Foundation and the University of Auckland shows food companies are making some progress in reducing salt levels but much more work is needed for New Zealand to meet global targets.
Over three hundred children who visit Whangarei Hospital’s Ward Two will be that much cosier this winter thanks to a donation from Mangawhai’s Causeway Church.
This World Smokefree Day (Sunday 31 May) Quitline is paying special tribute to the 40,000 New Zealanders who sign up to quit smoking with the service every year.
Cantabrian’s are being encouraged to use World Smokefree Day on Sunday (May 31, 2015) to think about how they can contribute to a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025.
Itay Talgam is a world-renowned orchestral conductor turned ‘conductor of people’ and has taught leadership to Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and universities, and at conferences around the world, including TED, Google’s Zeitgeist, and the World Economic Forum at Davos.
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