Lorelei Mason

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Lianne Dalziel says a decision needs to be made on what to do with the earthquake damaged stadium.

Christchurch's Lancaster Park uneconomic to repair - report

Demolishing of the existing quake-damaged venue will cost about $20 million.

00:53
Maia Harris put the BMW courtesy of charity Go Baby Go through its paces in Christchurch today.

Video: Christmas comes early for disabled Kiwi kids with gift of new wheels to foster independence

Go Baby Go cars will allow kids with disabilities to develop motor and social skills.

02:06
Up to 900 former and current construction and manufacturing workers die from breathing in airborne contaminants each year.

'My body and eyes were burning' – campaign launched to warn of silent killer in construction industry

Up to 900 former and current construction and manufacturing workers die from breathing in airborne contaminants each year.

Doctors and lobbyists says results from the Waitemata pilot programme have helped save 300 people.

Bowel screening timeline to see hundreds of thousands checked for cancer

Healthy adults in the Southern DHB and Counties-Manukau DHB regions will be the next to benefit from the nationwide screening programme.

02:31
The Health Ministry announced a test to detect severe combined immunodeficiency will come into effect from next year.

Kiwi newborns to be offered screening for potentially fatal genetic defect

The Health Ministry announced a test to detect severe combined immunodeficiency will come into effect from next year.

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The original 100-year-old seawall was damaged in the quakes, dropping over a metre in parts.

Part of Christchurch's $25 million seaside pathway opens

The Coastal Pathway Project plans to fully rebuild the 100-year-old seawall that was ruined in quakes.

Hanmer Springs mother-of-two Kate Hodges was diagnosed with advanced cancer in June after discovering a small lump in her neck.

New campaign launched to reduce stigma around lung cancer

Sixteen hundred Kiwis die from lung cancer each year, with 20 per cent of those non-smokers.

01:45
The eateries will make their outdoor areas completely smokefree.

Feedback from Christchurch's 20 new smokefree cafes could determine future trials

The eateries will make their outdoor areas completely smokefree.

02:18
Six patients in six different operating theatres were involved in the day-long process.

Three-way kidney transplant surgery a NZ First

A milestone in kidney transplant surgery has been passed, it has been announced today.

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The move would follow the endorsement of a petition by the World Medical Association.

The time-honoured oath doctors take could be changed

The move would follow the endorsement of a petition by the World Medical Association.

02:32
Libby Burgess, campaigner for Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition, is calling on the Government to fund modern drugs.

Breast cancer drug campaigner: 'I think we need to take the cap off pharmaceuticals budget'

Libby Burgess, campaigner for Breast Cancer Aotearoa Coalition, is calling on the Government to fund modern drugs.

01:32
Moana Papa says she wants her grandchildren to know after she is gone that she was a fighter who did everything she could to stay alive.

Mum with breast cancer's desperate plea for new drugs to be funded: 'Please don't give up on us'

Moana Papa of Auckland is among those pleading for Pharmac to approve funding for advanced drugs so she can spend more time with her family.

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My BC gives instant access to medical advice, information and peer support from others on the same journey.

New mobile app aiming to help Kiwi breast cancer patients a world-first

My BC gives instant access to medical advice, information and peer support from others on the same journey.

02:05
Canines large and small battled for ribbons at the National Dog Show in Christchurch.

Doggone it, he's done it! St Bernard Barkley wins supreme award at dog nationals

A total of 1700 dogs from 126 different breeds took part in this year’s national dog show in Christchurch.

UK artist's second controversial sculpture unveiled in Christchurch

The two artworks by Anthony Gormley, costing $800,000, faced ratepayer backlash.

02:38
The Otago University study shows higher rates of three concerning birth complications, including oxygen deprivation, when a midwife is in charge.

'We need to take it seriously' - Ministry concerned over study claiming babies at more risk when cared for by midwives

The Otago University study shows higher rates of three concerning birth complications.

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Ellie Wernham's study has prompted a Ministry of Health investigation.

High level concerns over birth safety revealed in new research

Otago University research has identified three adverse birth outcomes for babies born to mothers registered with autonomous midwives.

The current system puts people in certain parts of the country ahead of others for public funding.

Older, stoic patients suffering in silence with hip and knee operations falling behind

New Research shows government funding is struggling to keep pace with our growing, ageing population.

ONE News reporter's story: My sister-in-law gave me the gift of life, hopefully now others will become organ donors too

Lorelei Mason says donors should have always received full reimbursement for lost income.

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The restoration project was sparked by local anglers Fish and Game to boost poor numbers.

Hopes high for brown trout released into pristine Rakaia River

The restoration project was sparked by local anglers Fish and Game to boost poor numbers.

Brown trout released into Rakaia River.

Brown trout numbers given a boost with release of extra 2500 in Canterbury river

Historically the river has been a prolific brown trout fishery.

Kiwis develop vaccine for common STD

New Zealand researchers have found that a vaccine for meningococcal disease can also protect against gonorrhoea.

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The storm seems to be over but electricity companies are struggling to get things back up and running.

Strong winds and snow cause havoc leaving thousands without power in Canterbury

The storm seems to be over but electricity companies are struggling to get things back up and running.

More than 170 skiers rescued off Mt Hutt chairlift after breakdown

Staff used ropes to help abseil skiers to the ground.

02:15
New figures obtained by ONE News show the cost of seeing a doctor has risen significantly in recent years.

Doctors warn fees will keep going up unless funding system changed

New figures obtained by ONE News show the cost of seeing a doctor has risen significantly in recent years.

Cancer drug Keytruda to be fully funded by Pharmac from next month

Until now, the cost of treatment was out of reach of many, with treatments costing about $10,000 per patient every three weeks.

Boys now eligible for free potentially life-saving vaccine

Until now, parents wanting their sons vaccinated have had to pay around $450 for the Gardasil vaccine.

02:09
VTE or venous thrombo-embolism? Research shows 50% of us have never heard of it and even more unaware of what causes it.

Kiwis blissfully unaware of dangerous medical condition

Approximately 4000 New Zealanders get a VTE every year, and it kills 60 of them.

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