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Good Progress On Controlling Goats

Good Progress On Controlling Goats

Substantial progress has been made in managing goats in the eastern Bay of Plenty, this week's Bay of Plenty Regional Council Regulation, Monitoring and Operations committee heard.

Search For Missing Coromandel Hunters Ends Successfully

Search For Missing Coromandel Hunters Ends Successfully

Take appropriate clothing and navigation aids and know how to use them is the message from Waikato Police calculating the cost of a successful search and rescue operation overnight.

Hospital Services

All non-urgent elective surgery is cancelled for the remainder of this week. This includes all pre-arranged admissions for Christchurch, Christchurch Women's and Burwood Hospitals. Scheduled Caesarean sections and inductions will continue. Affected patients are being contacted.

No Major Damage From Today's Big Shock

No Major Damage From Today's Big Shock

Some inspected buildings will require re‐assessment but an initial check showed no substantial damage from the aftershocks of up to Magnitude 5.4 that hit the Christchurch area this morning, as the city has extended its State of Emergency by a week.

Relocation Of Greymouth Family Health Centre To Rural Academic General Practice

Greymouth Family Health Centre is to relocate to the new Rural Academic General Practice when it opens on the Grey Base Hospital site on Monday 13th September.

Ryall: Health Minister Thanks Canterbury Health Workers

Ryall: Health Minister Thanks Canterbury Health Workers

Health Minister Tony Ryall today thanked the hundreds of Canterbury health workers who spent the weekend treating and caring for the earthquake struck people of Canterbury and those staff who are continuing the work this week.

Non-Urgent Surgery Cancelled In Christchurch

Non-Urgent Surgery Cancelled In Christchurch

Wellington, Sept 5 NZPA - All non-essential surgical and medical procedures booked in Christchurch for tomorrow have been cancelled as a result of disruption to staff and damage in the region following Saturday's 7.1 earthquake.

End Obesity Operation Stigma, Specialists Say

End Obesity Operation Stigma, Specialists Say

By Mary Longmore of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 3 NZPA - Obesity specialists today called for an end to the stigma over obesity surgery in New Zealand, claiming it is the most effective way of losing weight and keeping it off.

Doctor Wants Drinking Programme To Go Nationwide

By Mary Longmore of NZPA

Wellington, Sept 3 NZPA - A Wanganui doctor who invented a computer programme to help GPs and nurses identify and help problem drinkers wants to see it installed nationally.

Speech - Ryall: NZ College Of Midwives Conference

Speech - Ryall: NZ College Of Midwives Conference

Thank you for inviting me to open the NZ College of Midwives national conference.

It is a pleasure to be here.

A wit - who shall remain anonymous - once said

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