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Government must invest more in preventative health - NZMA‎


The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) strongly supports the United Nation's declaration this week calling for a multifaceted campaign to combat non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and urges the Government to invest more in preventative health measures. NCDs include cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes. "Some of these diseases are largely preventable as they are strongly associated with diet and lifestyle," says NZMA Chair Dr Paul Ockelford. "The UN has urged collaboration by governments, industry and society to curb the risk factors behind these diseases and the NZMA ...


Political parties at odds over quake gridlock‎


"Dysfunctional" parts of the insurance market need more time to re-enter the fray before the Government intervenes, Prime Minister John Key says. Labour announced yesterday an alternative plan for Canterbury's earthquake recovery. It included $100 million to top up payouts for quake-damaged homes that were improved after the Government's valuation date of 2007. It also suggested measures designed to "resolve the insurance gridlock". Labour would set up an insurance commissioner to deal with disputes. It would also commit $2m to fund test cases through the courts for residents who seemed ...


Political balance, celebrating women‎


Today is annual Suffrage Day and the only woman on Tauranga City Council, Catherine Stewart, says it is a day to remember as bringing the female voice to the table was key. This is Catherine’s second term as a Tauranga City Councillor and in her four years as an elected member she has been the only female to be elected to the council. “Women definitely see things differently than men, so it is important to have a female voice on council. I think you need that balance in any decision making process. “Sometimes I have to remind them I am a woman.” For Catherine, ...


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