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Top Jobs Change In A Special Ceremony At The Naval Base

Top Jobs Change In A Special Ceremony At The Naval Base

A very special ceremony to mark the Change of Command of Chief of Navy and the Maritime Component Commander will be held at 10:30 am on Thursday 30 April at the Devonport Naval Base.

Ring First, Says College Of GPs

Ring First, Says College Of GPs

College president and Meadowbank GP Dr Jonathan Fox said today if a patient with flu-like symptoms turned up in a crowded waiting room, there was immediate risk the virus would spread.

AA Tourism Launches Photo Competition For Tertiary Students

AA Tourism Launches Photo Competition For Tertiary Students

The AA has today launched Capture New Zealand, its first ever photo competition for New Zealand tertiary students.

Update On Influenza

Anyone suffering flu-like symptoms who has travelled from Mexico, and other parts of Central or North America over the past two weeks, should stay at home and phone their doctor for medical advice immediately.

Workers Gather To Remember Dead Colleagues, Fight For The Living

International Workers Memorial Day, honouring all those killed, injured or diseased as a result of their work, will be marked tomorrow at services and rallies around New Zealand.

Federated Farmers Steps Up Drought Support For Hawke's Bay

Federated Farmers Steps Up Drought Support For Hawke's Bay

"Federated Farmers is committed to helping all drought-stricken Hawke's Bay farmers through it's 0800 drought line (0800 376 844)," said Kevin Mitchell, Federated Farmers' Hawke's Bay president.

Air New Zealand Services From The United States

Air New Zealand Services From The United States

Air New Zealand continues to work with the Ministry of Health to monitor the situation in regard to swine flu issues in Mexico and the United States.

The Ministry of Health has engaged with passengers who arrived into Auckland onboard NZ1 and NZ5 on Saturday.

Canterbury Swine Flu Update

Canterbury District Health Board's Community and Public Health division has been in contact with 37 people in Canterbury who were on the same flight as the Auckland students suspected of having swine flu.

Fears Over Two Schools Allayed

Wellington, April 27 NZPA - Two schools inadvertently caught up in the swine flu alerts in New Zealand have been cleared.

Early Release Of Child Sex Offender Criticised

Wellington, April 27 NZPA - The early release of Canterbury child sex offender Peter Stewart has upset workers who support sex crimes victims.