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New student programme well underway for future Maori healthcare leaders

There are so many great career options in healthcare that a lot of people don’t always see.

Strike four Friday for E tu IDEA Services members

Workers supporting New Zealanders with intellectual disabilities at IDEA Services will strike tomorrow for one hour from 8.30am in support of their employment agreement negotiations.

Education and Balance 'key' to NZ Smokefree 2025

Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ (ARFNZ) marks World Smoke Free Day tomorrow with a call for more education to the public on vaping and e-cigarettes.

Serious action on alcohol side-lined in response to mental health and addiction

Alcohol Healthwatch is alarmed that ‘further consideration’ is needed to reduce the impact of alcohol use on mental health and addiction.

You can help take the pressure off an especially busy Christchurch Hospital

With winter illnesses like coughs and colds already on the rise and a spell of colder weather forecast, Canterbury hospitals are under pressure.

Government response to mental health inquiry report celebrated by students

The New Zealand Union of Students Associations has celebrated the long awaited Government response to He Ara Oranga - Government Inquiry into the Mental Health and Addiction, as firm and decisive action needs to be taken to address the New Zealand mental health crisis.

Nursing and kaupapa Maori 'must be central to mental health and addiction response'

The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) says it’s heartened by the Government’s promise to accept or consider 38 out of the 40 recommendations from the mental health report.

Mental Health Commissioner welcomes Govt response to He Ara Oranga

Mental Health Commissioner Kevin Allan welcomed the announcement today of the Government’s response to He Ara Oranga: the Report of the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction.

Health warning removed for algal blooms at Ashley/Rakahuri River at SH1 and Rangiora-Loburn Bridge

Health warning removed for algal blooms at the Ashley/Rakahuri River at State Highway 1 and the Rangiora-Loburn Bridge

Govt response to mental health inquiry step in right direction - ASMS

"The Government’s response to its mental health review appears to be a significant step in the right direction but we now need the detail to see how much of a difference it will truly make," says Lyndon Keene, Director of Policy and Research at the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (A