Meet Helen Clark, Dot.com, Lady Macbeth at Film Festival

Suppled Content Auckland, May 12, 2017 The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) reveals the first eight films of the 2017 programme, which will screen in Auckland from July 20, 2017. Four documentaries were announced on May 11, three from established New Zealand filmmakers: ‘Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web’ from director Annie Goldson, ‘Spookers’ by Florian Habicht, and ‘My…

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New Plan to improve radiation oncology services

Another scheme for young cancer patients also starts Supplied Content Wellington, May 12, 2017 Health Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman released today a new plan which will help further improve radiation oncology services around the country. “While cancer is New Zealand’s leading cause of death, outcomes for people with cancer continue to improve. In 2011, 63 per cent of cancer patients…

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Young offenders responsible for violent crimes

Supplied Content Wellington, May 12, 2017 Darroch Ball. Young offenders are committing 42% of all violent robberies in New Zealand. These young thugs do not care if they are caught by police because of the government’s ‘cotton wool’ approach of no accountability. Police statistics paint a disturbing picture. The 15-19-year-old age group only make up 6% of the population, yet…

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Private Member Bill on new-borns in Parliament

Supplied Content Dr Parmjeet Parmar Wellington, May 11, 2017 A Private Member’s Bill by National MP Dr Parmjeet Parmar was drawn from the Ballot in New Zealand Parliament today. The following is a statement issued by her: The ‘New-borns Enrolment with General Practice Bill’ would require all new-borns to be enrolled with a general practice and primary health organisation before…

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