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More Support Needed For Miscarriage Sufferers

More Support Needed For Miscarriage Sufferers

By Amelia Romanos of NZPA

Wellington, May 13 NZPA - New Zealand women who suffer miscarriages are not getting the support they need, a midwife and healthcare researcher says.

Support Needed To End The Silence Of Miscarriage

Support Needed To End The Silence Of Miscarriage

Too little support is available to women who suffer miscarriages, says midwife and academic Dr Cassie Kenney.

NZ, Australian Psychiatrists Hold Conference

NZ, Australian Psychiatrists Hold Conference

The Royal Australian and New Zealand Collage of Psychiatrists' Congress runs until 6 May 2010 at SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland.

Psychiatry Congress

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, May 3 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

Disability Voice Missing In Right To Die Debate

Today media coverage has focused on Wellington woman Margaret Page's stated intention to starve herself to death. This follows the reported denial of a piece of supportive equipment by needs assessors employed by the Capital and Coast District Health Board.

Solo Dad Jailed For Selling Drugs

Wellington, Feb 7 NZPA - A Mount Maunganui solo father who admitted selling cannabis has been jailed for six months.

Judge Christopher Harding told Dale Anthony Pearson, 51, unemployed, he was not able to "hide behind his eight-year-old son", the Bay of Plenty Times reported.

Mum Who Stole To Fund Gambling Escapes Prison Sentence

Auckland, Jan 26 NZPA - A woman who stole thousands of dollars from her daughters' cheerleading squad to fund a gambling habit has escaped a prison sentence.

Disasters And Their Impact On Mental Health

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists expresses sorrow for the loss of life, injury and trauma resulting from the Haitian earthquake.

Convicted Rapist Still At Large

Wellington, Jan 8 NZPA - Police are still hunting convicted double rapist Maka Renata.

Drunken Woman Driver Jailed For `Appalling Behaviour'

Wellington, Jan 8 NZPA - A 19-year-old Wanganui woman driver has been jailed for three months, after a night of drunken mayhem.

Jessica Winiata was this week sentenced in Wanganui District Court on four charges relating to her behaviour on the night of December 23.