About a third of pregnant women admitted to intensive care units and high dependency units in New Zealand had potentially preventable severe illnesses.
Consumer NZ is accusing some brands of "attacking the messenger" when it comes to their sunscreen testing.
The Cancer Society says it is in dispute with Consumer NZ over conflicting results on the rating of one of its sunscreen products.
Forged scripts, self prescribing and inappropriate use of "dependent drugs" are among New Zealand doctors' breaches of professional misconduct.
Alcohol Healthwatch says every New Zealander would benefit from drinking less.
The Fair Care? series has revealed pressure points and outright failures, with causes ranging from a lack of skilled workers to poor planning. A summary of findings can be found here with links to full reports.
People who make or supply synthetic drugs face life in prison under changes announced by the Government today.
A world leading skin cancer expert says SPF may not be the best way to rate sunblock.
A proposed law change following a dementia patient's fatal car crash would see doctors forced to breach their doctor-patient confidentiality by telling authorities if a person is unfit to drive.