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01:50
MP Shane Reti says authorities led the public to believe there weren’t enough vaccines available but it’s now emerged there were.
National accuses Government of misleading Northlanders over lack of Meningococcal vaccines
The DHB's also developed a Far North local response group, a school based initiative and a suicide prevention training programme for youth workers
Mental health app 'borne out of a mother's love for her son'
Fears carers' strike may put disabled people at risk
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Frustrated Northland dentist says Government should fund tooth-brushing programmes in schools
Jessica Biel not against vaccinations, just against proposed California law that would limit exemptions
Passengers on Christchurch to Auckland Jetstar flight exposed to measles
03:21
Jessie Matthews is an ordinary Kiwi with an extraordinary story.
Once morbidly obese, Kiwi woman finds inspiration in motherhood to lose over half her body weight in one year
03:48
Water ecologist Mike Joy says he wouldn’t drink water from bores in rural Canterbury.
Experts call for more data on nitrate levels in NZ drinking water, after study links it to cancer
01:52
The severe form of pneumonia is three times more common here than previously thought.
Plumbers call for mandatory testing scheme to fight NZ's high rate of Legionnaires’ disease
03:43
Co-host Jeremy Wells looked into the head scratcher.
Hilary Barry responds to Seven Sharp viewer’s speculation she has lice
Calls for more Māori, Pacific Islanders to donate blood.
Calls for more Māori, Pacific Islanders to donate blood
Critics of new plus-sized mannequins called out for 'fat phobia', experts defend Nike's messaging
Dental instruments (file picture).
Thousands of Kiwi children, teens have hospital dental work for largely preventable conditions
Government investing almost $5 million into cutting edge cancer treatment research
08:23
Rachael Wild and Darnell Rumbal were addicted to the drug for over 10 years and are now both clean.
'I didn't want that life anymore' - former addicts share their stories of kicking methamphetamine habit
04:17
Auckland University’s Bodo Lang wants to see labelling changes and taxes on the drinks.
'Step it up' and curb sale of sugary drinks, marketing expert urges Government
World Vision Eastern Zone Director Helen Barclay-Hollands says work to contain the virus in Eastern Congo is being hampered by violence towards medical staff.
Concern as Ebola crosses border for first time in deadly Africa outbreak
00:55
Te Karere met with Luke Fisco, who secured himself a ticket to the CrossFit Games.
Kiwi CrossFit champ off to US to compete for title of world's fittest man
Study claims we are eating equivalent of one credit card's worth of plastic a week
Drinking fountain (file picture).
How safe is it to drink from NZ's public water fountains?
01:53
The initial dose of the vaccine will now be given at 12 months old, three months earlier.
Health officials bump up vax schedule for babies amid Auckland measles outbreak
Kristi James with her partner and son Makai
Wanaka midwife says DHB 'misinformed' about town's birthing facilities, after baby Makai born in office
World Vision Eastern Zone Director Helen Barclay-Hollands says work to contain the virus in Eastern Congo is being hampered by violence towards medical staff.
Uganda confirms first Ebola case outside outbreak in Congo
04:01
There have been a number of dramatic births down south lately, leading some to call for better services.
Wanaka mum says she was 'incredibly lucky' nothing went wrong after giving birth in midwife's office
01:52
The severe form of pneumonia is three times more common here than previously thought.
Study reveals NZ has one of the world's highest rates of Legionnaires' disease
01:36
More than 10,000 supporters signed the document.
Thousands call for more affordable dental care in petition delivered to Parliament
Kiwi nurses being trained to detect autism earlier with 'most effective tool in the world'
00:46
Amie Schofield hopes her youngest child, Victory, will be accepted for who she is.
Utah family with intersex child intent on making world more accepting place
01:44
The BBC’s James Gallager explains the findings of British scientists.
Dozing off in front of the TV may lead to weight gain, new research suggests
05:17
Listening to communities' needs starting point for improving wellbeing of rural New Zealanders - economist
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