Peters accuses National of ‘Cash for Candidacy Policy’

Peters accuses National of ‘Cash for Candidacy Policy’

Gia Garrick RNZ Wellington, October 19, 2018 The National Party has opened itself up to the accusation that influence in politics can be bought, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has said. In the phone recording Jami-Lee Ross released this week of a conversation he had with National leader Simon Bridges, the pair discussed a relation of a wealthy Chinese businessman…

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Disability Commission official outlines complaint process

Disability Commission official outlines complaint process

Staff Reporter (Indian Newslink) October 18, 2018 The rights of disabled people to access services and the ways and means of accessing the complaint process were explained at an event in Auckland last week. Deputy Commissioner (Complaints Resolution) at the Office of Health and Disability Commissioner Meenal Duggal said that service to disabled people is addressed on priority in New…

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PM announces her Business Advisory Council Members

PM announces her Business Advisory Council Members

Supplied Content Wellington, October 18, 2018 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a diverse cross section of leaders from the business community will form her Business Advisory Council to advise the Coalition Government as it works on building a productive, sustainable and inclusive economy that improves the wellbeing of New Zealanders. Industry Leaders “New Zealand needs a modern economy that…

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Pioneering treatment lifts Rupert out of a Stroke

Pioneering treatment lifts Rupert out of a Stroke

Supplied Content Auckland Health Foundation Auckland, October 18, 2018 Rupert Myhre was 30 years old when he suffered a severe stroke, but within just seven days, he was discharged from Auckland City Hospital. Rupert was in Hamilton at the time of his stroke, which came completely out of the blue.  Within several hours, he was flown to Auckland City Hospital…

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