'I could have died there because I could not get access to meds.'
"Because there's nowhere to go, we will get our usual Kiwis and we will get some extras."
'We are absolutely devastated. Both people leave a huge gap in our family.'
Keytruda offers hope to melanoma patients before cancer becomes advanced.
Kids playing rugby or netball made 5994 head or face injury claims in the last five years.
Friday's attack has left hijab-wearing Muslim women scared to leave home.
The number of confirmed measles cases in Canterbury remains at 28.
As Canterbury fights an outbreak experts warn against anti-vaccination event.
A new system is needed to make sure all urgent cases are fast-tracked, a study has found.
Kurt Buchanan is running a half marathon to raise money for Ronald McDonald House.
Babies are being born with a serious disorder because of a medication taken by their mums.
Adding folic acid to all packaged bread could save 10 babies from a neural tube defect.
At the top of a sick boy's bucket list is meeting Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Doctors didn't think Cooper Snowdon would ever breathe on his own again - they were wrong.
Let's hear it for supermarket's odd bunch.
Programmes like Whare Tauranga are exactly what we need to get homeless families out of garages, sheds or friends' couches and into
We all make mistakes, we're all human - even police officers. It has been reported this week that in the nine months to September
The US presidential election is long over and the President-Elect will be sworn in next week but you'd be forgiven for thinking we
HELPING HAND: Greerton ITM have made a $5000 donation to the foodbank. Pictured are staff members Dean Cave, Alan Tong and Mike Riddell
I'm not prepared for a natural disaster - the only time I ever have been is when a flatmate took it upon herself to set up a flat
I'm a pretty heavy sleeper. I've slept through a volunteer fire brigade siren going off no more than 20m away and last night I slept
A Tauranga social services provider has welcomed a government announcement that $300 million will be pumped into emergency housing
Former Tauranga City councillor John Robson will be making good on his 2013 election promise to give back a percentage of his council
For many this election was a bit of an unknown. With both Tauranga mayor Stuart Crosby and Western Bay Mayor Ross Paterson standing
A Tauranga man seeking compensation after his dead son's heart was removed without consent has exhausted his avenues for legal appeal
More than a million dollar in assets, including a 123ha forestry block, has been seized from a senior member of the Maketu Mongrel