Improvement in the economy will be followed by "moderation".
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As a society we may need to adjust our thinking on what being social is - Netsafe.
Senior law lecturer says there could be a role for the Crown in settling such disputes.
Concerns the Bill could run the risk of wrongful deaths.
Dr David Richmond is against voluntary euthanasia in any circumstances.
Dr Libby Smales says people no longer fear pain so much as hopelessness and suffering.
More than 300 people attended a recent meeting in Havelock North on voluntary euthanasia.
From the moment we are born we are dying - we need to prepare ourselves for that reality.
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