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Wellington Hospital warned by WorkSafe after staff exposed to exhaust fumes from diesel heater   Workers at Wellington Hospital described having "burning lungs" and feeling dizzy after being exposed to exhaust fumes from a diesel heater. One man said he was still feeling disorientated months later and wants an apology from...
Today's low case numbers might mean end of this wave, but not of pandemic - Michael Baker   Today it was announced that there were 2,618 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand - the lowest number of new cases since February. This is also the first time the daily total has dropped below 3000 in six months. Nearly...
A life-threatening pneumonia during US visit lands Kiwi traveller with $230k debt   A New Zealander who almost died is stuck with a $230,000 debt after a US hospital visit. Amanda Sesio experienced shortness of breath, sending her to the hospital while visiting Los Angeles. Sesio was then diagnosed with life-threatening...
Covid-19 Omicron outbreak: Lowest number of new cases since February, 557 people in hospital   There are 2,618 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today - the lowest number of new cases since February.There are 557 people in hospital with the virus, including 15 in intensive care. The Ministry of Health reported...
Rugby: Expert slams World Rugby chief's 'irresponsible' response to concussion lawsuit   Leading concussion expert Dr Barry O'Driscoll has accused World Rugby chief executive Alan Gilpin of "not living in the real world" following his controversial comments on brain injuries.In an exclusive interview with the UK's Telegraph...
Rongoā: Māori healing working alongside modern medicine   By Stefan Dimitrof of Whakaata Māori Te Papanui, a general medical practice clinic recently opened by King Tūheitia, features rongoā practitioners, who offer advice and treatments to visiting patients, alongside...
Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 3650 new cases, 546 in hospital as infections fall   There are 3650 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand today - a continued fall in infection numbers as the country emerges from the second wave of Omicron.There are 546 people in hospital with the virus, including 10 in...
Measles vaccination campaign over two years and $26 million hit 7 per cent of target   A $26 million catch-up measles campaign targeted at 300,000 at-risk young adults has hit just 7 per cent of its target.The low success rate comes as childhood vaccination rates plummet to record low levels - including for measles...
Life after Gloriavale: Mum of 11 reveals why she had to escape   For 27 years, former Gloriavale resident Virginia Courage was tormented by nightmares. She'd often lie awake in the cramped bunk room she shared with her husband and children, frozen with fear after a terrifying dream, wondering what...
Overthinking making you tired? It could be your brain poisoning itself   A long, gruelling day sitting at a desk can be just as tiring as a brutal day of manual work, and researchers have now found the reason why thinking too hard can be so exhausting.Overworking your brain can lead to it literally poisoning...
Unique Havelock North concert to shine light on youth suicide   Three big musical acts will hit the Black Barn stage for a unique concert with a cause this year. The inaugural Rock the Bay gig, which organisers hope will become an annual event to raise money for Hawke's Bay youth suicide awareness,...
Imposter doctor at Middlemore Hospital: Co-workers raised alarm over sub-standard work   By Rowan Quinn of RNZ Co-workers of a man stood down for posing as a doctor at Middlemore Hospital raised concerns after they noticed his work was not up to standard.Police are investigating after the man worked for six months...
New case of monkeypox in New Zealand   A fourth case of monkeypox has been detected in New Zealand.The Ministry of Health and Te Whatu Ora confirmed a person who had recently returned from overseas was currently isolating in the South Island following a positive test...
'Life or death': Woman shares shocking reason behind 60kg weight loss   An Aussie mum who lost 60kg in a bid to save her life now looks unrecognisable.After suffering postnatal depression following the birth of her son, Brisbane mum Brooke Hoggan struggled with her weight.She would turn to food for...
New Langya henipavirus emerges from eastern and central China   Dozens of people have been infected by a new, animal-derived virus in eastern and central China.The novel Langya henipavirus (LayV) was detected in 35 patients over a three-year period in the Shandong and Henan provinces. Many suffered...
The very simple task which may keep dementia at bay   Listening to the radio is better at warding off dementia than exercise, a new study suggests. Dementia is one of Britain's biggest killers, with one in ten male deaths caused by the neurodegenerative condition, and one in eight...
Alleged imposter at Middlemore Hospital stood down, police investigating   Police are investigating after a man allegedly used fake qualifications to work as a doctor at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital.The man was stood down over concerns about the authenticity of his alleged qualifications. Health officials...
NZ's child immunisation rates hit record lows with health experts 'petrified' of measles and other deadly epidemics   "It's a recipe for disaster" is how "petrified" health experts have described record low childhood immunisation rates - including for measles - which they fear will fuel deadly new epidemics.For Māori just 47 per cent of those...
Woman slammed for 'fatphobic' reaction to new supermarket item   A woman who took issue with a range of plus-sized yoga statues being sold at an Australian Woolworths supermarket has been roasted online.The shopper took to TikTok to share a video panning across a range of unique garden ornaments,...
Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 5169 new cases, 599 people in hospital and 18 virus-related deaths   There are 5169 new cases of Covid-19 today and health officials have today reported a further 18 Covid-related deaths.There are 599 people in hospital, including 11 people in intensive care.The seven-day rolling average of cases...





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