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'We can be a voice for them': Green MP on 'heartbreaking' surgical mesh claims
MP's promise comes after Herald exposed investigation into claims women harmed by its use.
Focus: Merrissa Haa on her struggles with surgical mesh
Merrissa Haa, 47, is disabled after surgical mesh was inserted into her body without her consent. Video / Andrew Warner
'Code red' warning: Little says health system is 'managing'
Little says 'staff absenteeism' exacerbating pressures of Covid, flu and winter.
'Broken soul': Woman with fractures waits 11 days for surgery
Woman whisked to Waikato Hospital for urgent surgery endured lengthy wait in wrong ward.
Medical students describe power imbalances in practise
Medical students are finding it hard to speak up when rules are broken by superiors.
Wellington hospital wrestles with staff absences, vacancies and high turnover
The cardiac surgery waiting list is full, nurses are burnt out, some care has been paused.
Analysis: Hutt Hospital's improved earthquake status no saving grace
New documents reveal why district health board bosses are hardly jumping for joy.
'Unprecedented stress, chaotic': Emergency departments overcrowded
An emergency specialist says the situation is psychologically and physically exhausting.
Hutt mayor slams DHB for hasty communication over hospital quake risk
The DHB says patients and services will still have to be moved out of the building.
Nearly all NZ hospitals failing to meet Govt's ED wait time targets
18 out of 20 DHBs didn't reach the 95 per cent of ED patients seen within six hour target.
Hospitals at 'level of panic': 71 patients waiting for beds at Middlemore
The South Auckland ED saw more than 420 patients for the second night in a row this week.
Woman claims she sat in urine-soaked clothes for six hours in Wellington ED
Her catheter broke and she was told no one had the time to change her.
'He always chose to live, and to live fully': Man believed to be NZ's oldest dies aged 107
Pioneering heart doctor escaped death aged 28 in Karachi military hospital during WWII.
11 Covid deaths and 6291 new cases as NZ braces for subvariant spread
New case numbers remain steady at the start of the long weekend.
Memo to Health Minister: People get sick in winter
Christchurch Hospital is overrun with surgeries deferred.
Covid 19: Hospital defers surgery as occupancy tops 112%
Situation made worse by high levels of staff sickness.
Auckland hospital 'imploding': Patient with typhoid fever slept in car due to lack of beds
Hospitals around NZ are being hit by a perfect storm of issues.
'Made my week': Cystic fibrosis sufferer gifted money by stranger
The donor wanted Troy Watson to 'go and have fun' with his friends or family.
Hit-and-run survivor returns to finish race across US - with surgeons who saved him
Five years on from the hit and run, Nick Ashill is returning to finish his ultra marathon.
Two hurt - one seriously - in Parnell apartment fire
Fire and Emergency received "multiple calls" about a fire in the three-storey building.
Targeted funding to improving Māori health outcomes announced
Ministers have outlined a range of funding to assist Māori health and economic wellbeing.
Thomas Coughlan: Is the health budget really failing Māori?
Does the health budget hurt Māori or is it the biggest win in a generation?
Sick baby may have lived if he wasn't sent home from emergency department
The baby died two days after being sent home from a half-hour ED visit.
Gang house drive-by shooting: Police reportedly find 44 bullet casings in driveway
It comes after rising fears over gun violence and gang turf wars.
Mum 'trying to be Wonder Woman' repressed memory of injuring her son
Despite hazy memory, mum accepted responsibility, was sentenced to 9 months' supervision.
Budget 2022: 10 key things - Where the money's gone
Here are the highlights as Grant Robertson announces the Government's plans.
Budget 2022: Health gets $13.2b boost to address inequities, sector reforms
It includes a boost to cover DHB deficits before the new health reforms.