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Auckland DHB is asking for the public’s help to keep the emergency department for emergencies.
The NZNO has announced that members have accepted the latest pay offer .
Today Starship Community launched a New Zealand first at Panmure Bridge School; an in-school, relocatable health facility.
District Health Boards are returning to normal services following the 24-hour strike by NZNO nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants.
District Health Boards are disappointed nurses have rejected the revised offer recommended by their union after facilitation.
Auckland DHB is preparing to close non-essential services between 7am Thursday 12 July and 7am Friday 13 July due to the impact of a nationwide strike...
The planned strike by nurses scheduled for next Thursday 5 July has been called off after discussions in Wellington over the last two days.
Auckland DHB to reduce services provided at its hospitals between 7am Thursday 5 July and 7am Friday 6 July during Nurses and Midwives strike.
Key agencies involved in Government announcement of a $16.7 million investment in addiction treatment facilities for Aucklanders warmly welcome the in...
Auckland DHB showcased the advances it has made in sustainability during a visit by the Associate Minister of Health today.
Last night Auckland DHB held its annual A+ Trust Nursing and Midwifery Awards, to acknowledge the organisation’s amazing nurses and midwives.
Health Minister Dr David Clark has announced Pat Snedden as the new chair of Auckland District Health Board, from 1 June, 2018.
Auckland City Hospital, Starship Hospital and Greenlane Clinical Centre have been unaffected by the recent storm and continue to operate as usual.
Normal hospital services will be available over the next two weeks while nurses undertake pickets in support of claims about their pay and working con...
Auckland Lantern Festival (1-4 March) in the Domain will impact roads surrounding Auckland City Hospital and Starship Hospital.
Starship Child Health and Safekids Aotearoa welcome a new initiative from Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Hon Kris Faafoi to make button battery products safer for...
Regional community health worker for Auckland DHB Hashem Slaimankhel, is described by close colleagues as ‘the most compassionate and generous person you could meet’. He gave...
Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is advising anyone travelling to the Pacific to take steps to avoid mosquito bites.
Pregnant women should take the current whooping cough (pertussis) outbreak seriously and ensure they are up to date with vaccinations.
Barbecues, family feasts and outdoor eating go with the territory during the Christmas holidays – unfortunately so do the rates of gastroenteritis reported to public health.