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The country’s leading primary and community health membership organisation, the Federation of Primary Health, is pleased with the Government’s announcement today but stresses more must be done as quickly as possible to address workforce issues.
CHRISTCHURCH — The 'women standing up for Christchurch' caught up with former city councillor and now Opportunities Party leader, Raf Manji, in ChCh today.
Waikura Linwood-Central-Heathcote Community Board Chair, Alexandra Davids, is calling on the Christchurch City Council to advocate better for its residents and business owners at a central government level.
CHRISTCHURCH — “The best news I‘ve heard in quite a while!” That from Innes Community Board Member, Ali Jones, who is running for council in the Innes ward in the upcoming local body elections.
Tomorrow will see the introduction of the most significant changes to the New Zealand health system in decades.
CANTERBURY — “Good news for most.” That from former city councillor and insurance claimant advocate, Ali Jones, following the release of a new study that has shown no evidence of brain function problems caused by exposure to earthquake trauma - known as ‘quake brain’ - eight years after the Canterbury earthquakes.
The Federation of Primary Health Aotearoa (FPHANZ) says making flu shots available to more New Zealanders and the second Covid booster roll out are positive moves however is sounding a word of caution.
Midwives are celebrating the $40 a week increase in Paid Parental leave entitlements from 1 July as they see daily, new parents struggling to meet rising costs.
MT HUTT — Peter and Susanne Wood who run Ski Time in Methven (Mt Hutt Ski Village), have had to reduce their operating hours and room availability just as the busy ski season is about get under way.
The following can be attributed to Alison Eddy, Chief Executve of the New Zealand College of Midwives: It is even more important now, that Aotearoa New Zealand pulls all the levers available to it to address maternity staffing issues, and as the College has been saying for several years, there are levers to pull.
The decision not to close the last non-hospital (primary) birthing facility in Christchurch until at least mid-next year is a “temporary relief” for women and midwives.
A strong step forward in addressing health inequities for Māori is one of the key positives in today’s budget according to the Chair of New Zealand’s peak body for Primary Care, Federation of Primary Health Aotearoa NZ (FPHANZ).
It's much better for the environment, uses a lot less land and with the government's financial commitment to addressing climate change, one organisation is looking forward to being able to access funding to make it happen.
CHRISTCHURCH — A group of Christchurch women have banded together to help raise funds for the Ukrainian people.
CHRISTCHURCH — A petition with more than 30,000 signatures will be presented to the St George’s CEO next Wednesday 13th April.
CHRISTCHURCH — The petition launched on Friday by Rata Midwives to save Christchurch’s only remaining primary maternity service, has the full backing of the College of Midwives.
CHRISTCHURCH — Midwives who launched a petition on Friday to save St George’s maternity service in Christchurch are thrilled with the huge support from right across the country.
CANTERBURY — It’s not just Queenstown celebrating the border opening dates announced today.
The ongoing cancellation of events, weekly markets and private functions could have been the death knell for one of the country’s best loved sausages but more than a year of hard work may have saved its skin.
CHRISTCHURCH — Local Edgeware businesses are noticing an increase in patronage which they believe is related to the new St Albans Community Centre – Kohinga, which opened last year.
“A constant and unnecessary uphill battle.” That’s how the midwives’ union (MERAS) describes dealing with District Health Boards and the Government over pay equity negotiations and getting payments already agreed, paid to midwife union members.
CANTERBURY — The inaugural North Canterbury Wine Region Charity Golf Day will be held this coming November at the spectacular Pegasus Golf & Sports Club.
Director and Deputy Director of the Government’s Health and Disability Transition Unit (TU), Stephen McKernan (former Dir.
CANTERBURY — One of the industry’s leading printing companies has acquired one of the industry’s oldest printing companies.
CANTERBURY — Eight local medical researchers have been awarded a total of $865,000 in funding from the Canterbury Medical Research Foundation (CMRF) as part of their annual Major Project Grants round.
CANTERBURY — Eight medical researchers have been awarded a total of $865,000 in funding from the Canterbury Medical Research Foundation (CMRF).
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