Hospital health shock: Starship, one-fifth of Auckland and Northland hospital facilities ‘not fit for...
About one-fifth of Auckland and Northland hospital facilities, including Starship Children's Hospital, are beyond their life expectancy or "not fit for purpose".
Christchurch City Council has apologised to its residents after an external review into the chlorination of the city's water supply uncovered failings in its handling of the situation.
A data collection system that is meant to measure patients' progress through the health system from referral to discharge is producing inaccurate results because of issues including IT problems and missing information.
Babies close to death are less likely to get life saving treatment if they're Māori, Pacific or Indian - and experts partly blame racial bias.
New Zealand is not alone in trying to combat racism in neonatal services.
Each baby in the "grey zone" is a question — try for life, or give palliative care?
Boozy products in New Zealand will have mandatory warning labels about the dangers of drinking while pregnant.
Two out of five clients with serious spinal injuries have had potentially painful and debilitating pressure injuries (‘bed sores’) in the past three years, says ACC. Some of the estimated 55,000 people suffering preventable pressure injuries every year.
The Breast Cancer Foundation has been forced to alter a breast cancer campaign advert after it received multiple complaints.
Traces of a chemical commonly used in plastic packaging have been discovered in an aquifer used to supply Wellington's drinking water.