Health experts discuss the importance of wellbeing and self-care in an effort to prevent doctor burn-out.
After two decades of waiting, Achilles NZ has returned to Whangārei to promote active lifestyles for people with and without disabilities.
Following the UK's move to make first aid training compulsory in state schools, St John New Zealand are pushing for the same in Kiwi schools so that every school leaver graduates with basic first aid education.
New Zealand has the highest death rate for teenagers and young people among 19 of the world's developed, wealthy countries.
Poor housing is causing preventable injury and disease that is estimated to cost New Zealand up to $164 million a year in hospital admissions and accident compensation claims.
Drug checking - allowing students to check the substance they intend to take - is being carried out at the University of Otago this week, as part of Orientation Week, the students' association has announced.
A Canterbury trial which helps people with health conditions or disabilities to find and stay in work has been expanded to help hundreds more Cantabrians.
Smoking will be banned in cars when children under 18 are present minister, Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa has announced.