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Hawke’s Bay DHB urges people with Covid-19 symptoms to get tested

Saturday, 22 January, 2022 - 13:12

Hawke’s Bay has four new cases to report today, all are close contacts of people from the Hastings cluster. This takes the number of active cases in the region to 13.

Health warning lifted for Lake Ohakuri - Toi Te Ora Public Health

Friday, 21 January, 2022 - 15:15

The health warning issued in November for Lake Ohakuri has now been lifted by the local Medical Officer of Health.

Results of water testing by Waikato Regional Council confirm that the algal bloom has subsided in the lake.

Vector Lights presents: Whale Tales in Lights

Friday, 21 January, 2022 - 11:58

Auckland’s Harbour Bridge will, this Friday, be transformed into a spectacular celebration of our marine environment, with an exciting, engaging light and audio story in honour of WWF-New Zealand’s Whale Tales public art trail - opening throughout Tamaki Makaurau Auckland on 24 January 2022!<

Nine COVID-19 cases now in Hawke’s Bay - Hawkes Bay District Health Board

Friday, 21 January, 2022 - 11:57

Hawke’s Bay now has a total of nine COVID-19 cases in the region, following three more positive cases being notified.

Have a say on the health of your town centre - Marlborough DC

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 - 12:55

Every two years the Marlborough District Council takes the ‘temperature’ of the central business district in Blenheim and Picton.

The Marlborough Town Centre Health Check is a snapshot in time of how both CBDs are performing.

Six positive covid-19 cases in Hawke's Bay Jan 20 - HBDHB

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 - 11:59

Hawke’s Bay now has a total of six COVID-19 cases in the region, including a further two cases to report today.

The Ministry of Health will officially notify these cases today, along with one case that missed the cut off yesterday, (19 January).

Government agencies team up to 'help achieve equity in cancer outcomes'

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 - 08:52

The Health Research Council (HRC), Te Aho o Te Kahu, the Cancer Control Agency, and the Ministry of Health have today announced $6.2 million in funding for research aimed at addressing the stark inequities in cancer care and survival for Māori and Pacific peoples in New Zealand.

Applications open for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tickets

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 - 08:17

The opening FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ ticket application was phase launched overnight, with ticket products and packages set to attract fans from the region and across the globe to a special celebration of the beautiful game.

Intrepid recertifies as the world's largest B Corporation

Thursday, 20 January, 2022 - 08:00

Despite COVID-19's devastating impact on the global travel industry, Intrepid’s B Corp recertification shows that being a responsible business can also help make you a more resilient one.

Landmark IV fluid study findings set to save lives - Medical Research Institute

Wednesday, 19 January, 2022 - 15:54

Saline, a 200-year-old medical therapy given to millions of patients around the world each day, appears to increase the risk of death in patients who are acutely ill.