Nicholas Jones is an investigative reporter at the New Zealand Herald
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Gerry Te Kare was overdue for triple bypass surgery when he died.
More than 370 people living in aged care homes currently have Covid-19.
An apology was given after 'clear failures' in the woman's care.
Coalition includes Age Concern, Grey Power, the Nurses Organisation and Alzheimer's NZ.
Nurses are working double and even triple shifts - 24 hours - to plug gaps.
Carolyn Cooper led one of NZ's biggest rest home companies.
MIQ rooms could be used to help people who can't isolate at home, the DHB report states.
More than 130 Aucklanders aged under 30 have had bariatric surgery in the past five years.
Mitch Wilson was told he had vertigo. His sickness was actually caused by a brain tumour.
To vaccinate an under 16 against common meningococcal disease costs about $600.
Emails released under the OIA show what caused the MIQ bungle.
The family of Dr Suliana Pasi spoke exclusively to the Weekend Herald.
"Clear discrepancies between ingredients listed and what we detected in the lab."
Documents released to the Herald reveal how bad staffing issues were.
'Covid is on our doorstep. And we know the best protection is the vaccine.'
'I find it to be cruel and inhuman that you seclude someone in their own space.'
Hospital documents reveal how ICUs planned to cope with a surge in cases.
Most people with Covid-19 recover completely, but some report long lasting symptoms.
"What is concerning our members is the poor planning," the nurses' union says.
Luke MacLean-McMahon can't do the sports and exercise he used to love.
GPs expect they may soon have to treat Covid-19 patients who have been told to stay home.
Escalation plans have been released to the Herald under the Official Information Act.
Four women died during or soon after birth at Auckland Hospital in March and April 2020.
A shortage of nurses is a key reason NZ has struggled to increase ICU capacity.
Alleged drug importer doesn't want to look like 'barbarian' in front of jurors at trial.
Who supports mandatory vaccinations for health workers, and who is opposed?
Pressure on health system likely to continue, the minister said in an exclusive interview.
Auckland Hospital has a backlog to ensure N95 masks worn by staff are fitted correctly.
The problem "presented a barrier to rapidly and safely deploying staff", an email reveals.
Hipkins wants advice on mandatory vaccination for those dealing with Covid patients.
"It makes you feel like you're some kind of a criminal."
"We should see it peak very soon, actually - just this week."
'We are regularly at capacity and need to cancel planned surgery,'' one DHB has warned.
Here's the advice on getting the Pfizer jab in lockdown.
The Herald understands Auckland DHBs didn't recommend a vaccination pause.
Close to 100 rest home complaints have been fully or partially upheld since 2020.