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Archive for March, 2016

Minister should put his mouth where his money isn’t

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

1 April 2016

Minister should put his mouth where his money isn’t

The Health Minister should prove his claims that meals served by all district health boards meet standards – and stay for an early dinner at Dunedin Hospital when he visits this afternoon, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says. Read more »

Medical students, senior doctors tackle workforce challenges

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

MEDIA RELEASE

Embargoed until midnight Thursday 31 March

Medical students and senior doctors tackle challenges for the future medical workforce Read more »

Sleep well with Crowne Plaza Auckland and Queenstown

Press Release – International Hotels Group

Media Release from Crowne Plaza Auckland and Crowne Plaza Queenstown

April 1 2016

Sleep well with Crowne Plaza Auckland and Queenstown Read more »

Speech – National Rural Health Conference, Dunedin

Speech – New Zealand Government

Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman

Minister of Health


1 April 2016 Speech notes
Speech – National Rural Health Conference, Dunedin Read more »

Road trippers find more to small towns than beauty

Press Release – Automobile Association

1 April 2016
Road trippers find more to small towns than beauty
Jumping in a car to hit the beach or to go to a favourite spot are fairly standard reasons for a Kiwi road trip, but what about finding out about who you are? Read more »

Gordon Campbell on the tension between health and defence

Column – Gordon Campbell

Gordon Campbell on the tension between health and defence spending, and Batman v Superman

What is the more rational use of taxpayer money? In one instance, we have New Zealanders with orthopedic problems living in pain until they can get access to the surgery they need. Read more »

Colourful Craig Potton Headlines New Mountain Book Festival

Press Release – Mountain Film Festival

Colourful Craig Potton Headlines New Mountain Book Festival


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Use your voice and your power to transform fashion industry

Press Release – Urban Dream Brokerage


March 31st, 2016

For Immediate Release

FASHION REVOLUTION in partnership with JUST ATELIER Read more »

Questions and Answers – March 31

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

Questions to Ministers

Welfare Reforms—Support for Families

1. ALASTAIR SCOTT (National—Wairarapa) to the Minister of Finance: What changes is the Government making to increase support for families in need from 1 April? Read more »

Barriers to contraception for Māori teenage mothers

Press Release – University of Otago

Barriers to contraception for indigenous Māori teenage mothers

A new study from the University of Otago, Wellington, has found that there are health system barriers for young Māori mothers when trying to access timely contraception. Read more »

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