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NZ Appearance Medicine Experts "World Class"

NZ Appearance Medicine Experts "World Class"

Appearance medicine doctors in New Zealand are among the best in the world thanks to our rigorous training standards, says the new president of the New Zealand College of Appearance Medicine, Dr Teresa Cattin.

Student Charged With Arson After Fire At Private School

Student Charged With Arson After Fire At Private School

Auckland, Nov 11 NZPA - A student from a top private school on Auckland's North Shore will be back in court next week on a charge of arson after two classrooms were damaged.

Habitat Volunteers Sent To Samoa

Habitat Volunteers Sent To Samoa

Wellington, Nov 10 NZPA - Habitat for Humanity New Zealand says it's sent the first few teams of volunteer tradespeople to Samoa to start the rebuilding of tsunami-hit homes.

TAC On Citizenship Education And CEC Final Report

The Tongan Advisory Council's (TAC) Auckland based chairman Melino Maka has welcomed the 5 November 2009 final report of the Tongan Constitutional and Electoral Commission (CEC).

In welcoming the historic recommendations Mr Maka called for increased citizenship education of Tongans.

Contract Changes Threaten Services To Accident Victims

Frontline workers supporting ACC's clients are amongst those hardest hit by ACC's slashes to contracts.

Malaghan Eyes Cancer Immunotherapy For Rare But Devastating Lam

Wellington, Nov 10 NZPA - Researchers at Wellington's Malaghan Institute are taking on a nasty, but rare illness -- lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM).

It most commonly affects women between the ages of 20 and 40, and causes progressive lung damage, but is not yet classified as a cancer.

Two Prisoners, Two Different Tales Of Desert Rd Death

By Hamish Stuart of NZPA

Wellington, Nov 10 NZPA - Two prisoners told a High Court jury different stories of how a drug dealer killed his associate, then hid his body.

Samoa House Rebuilding Commences

Samoa House Rebuilding Commences

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand is now sending the first few teams of volunteer tradespeople to Samoa to start the rebuilding of homes after the recent tsunami disaster. The Samoan Government has requested Habitat NZ to oversee the rebuilding of approximately 325 Fale.

Blessing Marks Start Of Road Safety Initiative

Blessing Marks Start Of Road Safety Initiative

Wellington Police will mark the start of a new road safety initiative tomorrow by blessing a car involved in a local alcohol-related crash.

Kiwi Phone Books Not Tough Enough For Swiss Strongman

World record holder Albert Jamie Walter will carry a suitcase full of 1440 page phone books all the way from Zurich, Switzerland for the first New Zealand edition of the Impossibility Challenger.