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Apologise now Jonathan - Clark

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman must apologise for his part in a $2.3 billion shortfall that has contributed to delays in cancer diagnosis and treatment, says Labour’s Health spokesperson David Clark.

Freight being shifted off planes as fuel crisis worsens - Nash

Export freight is being shifted off flights because of the Government’s failure to manage the risk of disruption to jet fuel supplies, says Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson Stuart Nash.

Bereaved Mum gives National an F- on health

Jane Stevens, who lost her son Nicky to suicide in 2015 while in mental health care, has given National an "F-" for health.

The comments follow Labour releasing a health report card on National’s nine years in office today.

National Govt's record on health funding a fail for members - E tu

E tū says it fears health services will deteriorate further in the face of Government denials that DHBs are underfunded.

E tÅ« is the country’s largest private sector union with more than 55,000 members.

National Party 'committed to growth for NZers'

New Zealanders have a clear choice this election between two very different economic directions for New Zealand - National’s plan to grow jobs and incomes and ensure families continue to get ahead, and Labour’s agenda that would take us backwards, Prime Minister and National Party Leader Bill

Kiwis need a healthy health system - CTU

"All New Zealanders should be able to access the health care they need when they need it - this should be a fundamental basic," said CTU President Richard Wagstaff.

Stadiums full of taxpayers enslaved to pay off election bribes - ACT

Today, at North Harbour Stadium, ACT Leader David Seymour underscored the massive cost of election bribes in this election.

"The other parties want to enslave, in total, 132 stadium-loads of workers in order to pay enough tax to fund their spending promises," says Mr Seymour.

National's health report card gets an 'F' for funding - PSA

Persistent underfunding of the health system over the last nine years is having a severely negative impact on the quality and timeliness of services, and funding must urgently be restored by the next government if we are to avert the worst of an impending crisis, says the Public Service Associati

National's health report card shows need for new plan - Ardern

From increased GP fees, to kids getting sick from cold homes, to denial of important surgeries, National’s underfunding of health has hurt Kiwi families, says Leader of the Opposition Jacinda Ardern.

Political parties need to address burnout of hospital specialists - ASMS

"Burnout among hospital specialists providing front-line clinical care in our public hospitals is an important issue that political parties aspiring to be the next government need to address," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).

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