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DVD Review - Night Of The Living Dead

DVD Review - Night Of The Living Dead

With Halloween around the corner I thought watching a classic horror film would be a good idea, and with zombie films so prevalent these days it’s always good to go back and check out a classic zombie film, especially the one that started it all in many ways, 'Night of the Living Dead'.

Extra Cash Boost For Cancer Treatment

The Government has announced a cash boost of nearly $4 million to help regional cancer centres provide faster treatment for patients.

One-off Cash Boost For Wellington Cancer Treatment

Patients receiving radiation treatment at the Wellington Cancer Centre are expected to start their treatment at least a day earlier than they currently do, thanks to a new patient information management system.

Cancer Patients Getting More Chemotherapy

Publicly funded chemotherapy clinics have increased 25% in two years, to just over 57,000 outpatient sessions in public hospitals in the 2009/10 year.

Ultraviolet Radiation Levels Already Rising As Daylight Saving Arrives

With the arrival of daylight saving tomorrow, New Zealanders are reminded that it is time to start being safe in the sun, as ultraviolet radiation (UVR) levels are already rising.

Kiwis Remain At Risk Of Sunburn In Spring!

Kiwis Remain At Risk Of Sunburn In Spring!

Daylight saving starts this Sunday and it's a timely reminder we need to dig out our sunhats, wrap-up clothing, sunglasses and sunscreen.

New Report Highlights Two-Way Link Between Ozone Layer And Climate Change

New Report Highlights Two-Way Link Between Ozone Layer And Climate Change

Geneva/Nairobi - International efforts to protect the ozone layerthe shield that protects life on Earth from harmful levels of ultraviolet raysare a success and have stopped additional ozone losses and contributed to mitigating the greenhouse effect, according to a new report.

What Ever Happened To The Ozone Hole?

What Ever Happened To The Ozone Hole?

This year's ozone hole season is "slow to kick in," says NIWA atmospheric scientist, Dr Olaf Morgenstern.

Striking Health Workers Putting New Zealand Health Care At Risk

Access to public health services is being compromised by health professionals taking industrial action and is a matter which requires urgent public debate and review, says Professor Max Abbott, Dean of AUT University's Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.

Hundreds Of Radiography Patients Add To Backlog After Strike

Hundreds Of Radiography Patients Add To Backlog After Strike

Hundreds of patients have added to the backlog of people waiting for images and surgery during a national radiographers' strike.

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