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Experts Say New Pharmac Funding Could Help Avert Potential Public Health 'Time Bomb'

Experts Say New Pharmac Funding Could Help Avert Potential Public Health 'Time Bomb'

Health experts believe that new access to Pegasys (peginterferon alfa-2a (40KD)), an effective antiviral treatment for two diseases, chronic hepatitis B and C, today announced by PHARMAC, will save thousands of lives and hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars over the next twenty years.1,2,3

Adding Value Is Vital For Hotels In Tough Times

Adding Value Is Vital For Hotels In Tough Times

Christchurch hotels must focus on adding value and effectively managing costs to remain competitive as they face softening demand over the next few months, New Zealand Hotel Council (NZHC) chair Jennie Langley says.

Food Innovation New Zealand Project Targets Global Food Research Contracts

Today, New Zealand's leading food research and development organisations announced plans to establish an internationally significant brand to market New Zealand's food research expertise to the world. The project is called Food Innovation New Zealand.

Ohingaiti Project On Track With New Rail Tunnel

Motorists and train passengers travelling through Ohingaiti will notice a significant milestone has been achieved with the installation of a new rail tunnel as part of the SH1 Ohingaiti to Makohine Realignment safety project.

Leighton Contractors In A Good Position To Deliver Government's Infrastructure Programme

The Government's latest announcement of an extra $1bn spending on roading infrastructure over the next three years is timely for Leighton Contractors, a key player in the recently opened $350m Northern Gateway Toll Road and soon to be constructed Newmarket Viaduct Replacement.

Name Suppression For Otara Murder Accused Lifted

Auckland, March 31 NZPA - A 25-year-old man accused of murdering a father of four in south Auckland on Friday night can now be named.

Podiatry New Zealand Steps Into Sports Shoe Debate

MELBOURNE, Mar. 31 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

Podiatry New Zealand, the peak body for podiatrists in New Zealand today warned that consumers would be foolish to believe a recent University of Newcastle study suggesting sports shoes provided no protection against injury.

Trade Me Buys Holiday Houses

Trade Me Buys Holiday Houses

New Zealand's largest eCommerce business Trade Me today announced they have acquired an online holiday accommodation booking business for an undisclosed sum.

Hepatitis B Treatment To Take Forward Step

Wellington, March 31 NZPA - Extra funding for treatment of the potentially fatal liver disease hepatitis B has been announced by government drug funder Pharmac.

Women Use Social Networking To Collaborate In Business

Women across the world are using social networking sites to collaborate and build their businesses.