Research shows nurse practitioners could be a cost-effective solution for rural health care crisis.
A renewed contract will mean the country’s first and only mobile surgical bus will keep on trucking for another year.
It's a disgusting idea for most of us, but scientists say sampling our sewage on a mass scale - or "one large urine test", as they've called it - has endless potential.
New Zealand’s rushed law to create world’s first regulated legal market for ‘legal highs’ has implications if regulating cannabis is to follow, found a PhD research project.
Parliament is considering a law change which will decriminalise medical cannabis for terminally ill patients.
Clerical workers across the country’s 20 district health boards today raised an equal pay claim of between 15-45 per cent.
A toolkit providing Maori-centred activities is now being used by more than 200 mental health clinicians across New Zealand working with Māori affected by mental health and addiction issues.
A New Zealand study has found that the least experienced midwives are caring for more higher risk mums and babies than their experienced colleagues.