Health and Disability Commissioner slams nurse for assaulting disabled man.
'I can see nothing but the pain and hurt in my family,' distraught daughter says.
A parent dental company has gone under, leaving 1661 patients owed a total of $770,000.
Doctors warn of massive backlog with surgeries deferred, and use of handwritten notes.
The Government has just revealed $28m of new funding towards adult cochlear implants.
"Finally, we feel heard and understood," couple tell of 7-year fight with health watchdog.
It is expected to be at least another week before the DHB can rectify all the issues.
NZ's drug buying agency to get an extra $200 million over the next four years.
Inquest found no clear link between the brand switch and the sudden epilepsy deaths.
Advocacy groups are applauding the Government's Smokefree 2025 spend.
The cause of the outage is being investigate, the DHB says.
"I cry for the woman in the other car," man with obstructive sleep apnoea says.
"I know what it is to suffer, I want to make sure others don't suffer the way I did."
Women undervalued by our health system, with detrimental impacts on patient care.
Every day, female doctors experience ingrained sexist attitudes.
30,000 district health board nurses have voted to strike for 8 hours on June 9.
The woman's continence product leaked and left severe urine burns to both thighs.
The woman told the counsellor that she was stressed she couldn't find a place to live.
Specialist doctor reveals suicidal feelings as a result of work burnout syndrome.
Overload means patients in corridors or transferred out of Auckland, ambulances queuing.
"Imagine if those babies have disabilities or special needs and we don't know about it".
Daughter says mum was ignored when she tried to talk to staff about problems.
They exchanged 56 intimate phone conversations. She also sent him gifts and money.
"I don't think we've fully comprehended how much change is coming," union leader warns.
People will have to wait five weeks between getting the Covid and flu jab.
Patients who spend 12 hours a week hooked up to a life-saving machine upset at closure.
Families left wondering if their loved ones might still be here if they lived elsewhere.
Diabetes patient John was prescribed insulin for 10 years, until he met Dr Glen Davis.
Whangārei nurse Terryann Clark hopes some failures will now be fixed.
Blair Vining, 39, dedicated his last months fighting for better cancer care across NZ.
"At first I thought it was spam".
Valerie Adams' young son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in the middle of the pandemic.
No arrests have been made amid escalating gang tensions.
Girl in tears after being told she couldn't play rugby league with her male teammates.
A woman has suffered an extremely unfortunate outcome as a result botched procedure.
Cancer specialists warn smear tests can make the difference between life and death.
'No matter how it may trigger me, it's too important not to be shown,' one woman said.
New Zealand's healthcare system could be hit with an 'ongoing burden' of long Covid.
A year on, a mum remembers the silence that filled the delivery room when she gave birth.
Former TOP leader Gareth Morgan's artistic tribute upsets neighbours.
A 14-year-old boy who lived with one of New Zealand's youngest killers died tragically.
'We were totally shocked' - nurse's boss.
'I should have been protected, I should have been safe,' woman told the HDC.
"She must recognise that this is a 'once-only' second chance."
The film was shown to politicians to prompt action against neglected maternal care.
Governments fail to address NZ's 'appalling' maternal suicide rates.
Felicity Palmer shares her story being 16 and pregnant with a family addicted to meth.
Whānau will never 'get over' the death of their baby girl, family spokesperson says.
Already available drugs effective in saving critically ill Covid-19 patients.
'Each day which passes by is a constant reminder of our beautiful boy,' says grieving dad.
Julie Moon abandoned her dream life in NZ to get treatment overseas. Now she's died.
Major coronial inquest into six unexplained epilepsy deaths resumes this week.
Don't be afraid says MIQ worker after being one of first to get vaccine.
"I didn't feel anything. It was like a small prick," MIQ worker describes vaccine jab.
Dr Ashley Bloomfield and health officials have revealed more about NZ's vaccine rollout.
From when you can get vaccinated to how safe it is - here's everything you need to know.
A group of 25 vaccinators have received the first Covid jabs in New Zealand.
Will New Zealand return to life as it was before Covid arrived?
His dad suffered a brain injury while trying to stop a robbery. Now he's giving them hope.
Non-invasive, fast-turnaround, accurate saliva test for Covid-19 rolled out wider.
Two weeks ago she was healthy, now she needs a huge sum just to stay alive.
Posts included a photo of her face painted black with the text 'DIY Blackface'.
Entrepreneur brings a piece of his Morocco experience to New Zealand.
Alarming inequalities, dire workforce shortages and ongoing calls for further screening.
Mum whose daughter overdosed on Panadol three times speaks out in fury.
Two books to help children and teenagers prepare to return to school.