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Lawyers say doctor appealing against a misconduct guilty verdict needs a tougher penalty.
Teenage victim of psychiatrist's sexual abuse gives insightful account of harrowing case.
Teresa McCarthy, 58, has declined further treatment - without which she will die.
Opinion: Covid has exposed the 'missing middle' between Wellington and the front line.
Listener: Hundreds of millions spent on collagen supplements get a dubious return.
His wife helps him pick out his outfits while his daughter wants to borrow his shoes.
Chris Hipkins says testing sites should be readily available.
A Taranaki dad has a message for other men after he was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Auckland's Covid community testing centres have been dramatically scaled back.
Who will be first in line for NZ's Covid-19 vaccine? And why? Jamie Morton explains.
NZ has also signed with Pfizer, which says it's manufacturing at scale as trials continue.
"My son was left in a potentially life threatening situation," boy's mum pleads.
Three years after the tragic death, the decision of a HDC investigation has been made.
The port worker is the first Covid-19 community case in NZ since September 24.
Workers have been tested and are isolating at home while they await their results.
New York Times: Children aged one to 12 would now able to die with the help of a doctor.
New case justifies concern over sea ports being possible virus entry points, expert says.
The Ministry of Health has called a Covid-19 press conference.
More people die from skin cancers each year than from road accidents.
3000 Kiwis wear a prosthetic eye - meet the man who makes many of them.
Most of the country's premature deaths could have been prevented, study finds.
Listener: Covid-19 has delivered another good reason to maintain a healthy weight.
With anxiety levels rising during lockdown, many people have been turning to meditation.