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Last year Pharmac stopped subsidising two brands of antidepressants and replaced them with a cheaper brand.
Christchurch's Metro Sports Centre is on track to open in 2021 despite construction delays, Megan Woods says.
A lack of specialists is slowing the implementation of a HIV pre-exposure pill, which health researchers say could be a gamechanger for New Zealand's HIV epidemic.
The world's largest genetic study has identified 35 different genes that influence whether a person is likely to use cannabis.
One of the country's biggest rest home companies is being criticised for taking months to answer formal complaints from families worried about how their vulnerable parents are being treated.
A Landcare Research study shows financial incentives to encourage more sustainable practices on farms are not enough.
Heated arguments over church and state and not listening to residents kept Wellington City Councillors busy today.
The Department of Conservation is appealing for information about a suspected dog attack on a leopard seal in Porirua.
Half of the country's Construction and Business leaders believe the sector's current performance is sub-par.
Police communications staff who work 24-hour rosters say they go to work sick or in pain because they are worried about being penalised for taking too many sick days.
A double whammy of natural changes in the earth's temperature and human-made climate change means it's likely we'll continue to see more extreme heat.
Bus drivers in the Waikato say they're being forced to drive unsafe buses.
Just weeks after implementation, Greater Wellington Regional Council has today voted to change its new bus service.
Researchers are using a popular computer game and Lego to creatively teach children about emergency planning.
Firearm laws may need to adapt to keep up with the changing technology used to print 3D guns, says a law and technology expert.
A joint report by the Chief Science Advisor and Royal Society Te Apārangi has found the benefits of bread fortified with folic acid would outweigh any potential risk.
Are you a man or are you a mouse? - The answer is both if you're being used for Alzheimer's research.
A rostering system for police emergency call handlers is being called a failure for putting too much stress on those taking some of the country's most harrowing calls.
New Zealand scientists say they can use a plant's own DNA to change the look, feel and texture of its fruit.
A report released after last year's ransomware attack which crippled the UK's NHS has shown gaps in our hospital devices' protection against cyber attacks.
Massey University's first woman graduate is turning a hundred today but she is showing no sign of slowing down.
Christchurch's Orana Wildlife Park's management believe a current or former staff member is behind false allegations being spread about the zoo.
New research shows changing the way hospitals test newborns for low blood sugar, could better protect babies from brain damage and save money in the long term.
The Conservation Minister says if it were up to her, a seabed mining exploration permit would not have been approved off the Taranaki coast.
Scientists have been examining the eating habits of our ancestors to study the impact early humans have had on New Zealand's biodiversity.