NZ Place start on new business information facility

Sam-KnowlesState- possessed New Zealand Post is to move confronting each other with Trade Me and Yellow Pages Group in introducing a new regional information service aiming small- and medium- extent businesses in Auckland.

Known as Localist, the set up undertaking is being headed by ex-Kiwibank head Sam Knowles who started viewing into the thought whilst in the part of donning as chief executive of NZ Post preceding year.

Lab Workers’ Strike Continues; Blame Game on

Lab Workers’ Strike Continues; Blame Game onThe ongoing strike of medical laboratory workers has reached a new level as DHBs make claims that the strikers are to blame for the drawn out industrial action, and that the “unreasonable” action is harming patients.

Groundbreaking surgery at a cost

Groundbreaking surgeryA young South Auckland girl has made therapeutic history by having two multi-organ transplants.

More than $4 million has been used providing Aria MacDonald a new liver, pancreas, bowel and kidneys - twice.

It is the first time the process has been endeavored in the United States at the specialist transplant hospital in Nebraska where Aria is being treated.

Queenstown Airport needs $40 million for revamping

Queenstown AirportThe boss of Queenstown Airport has said that it needs $40 million in cash if it wants to meet unexpected growth levels. The deal that it has signed with Auckland International is going to help it tremendously in getting the money it wants.

During a conference, CEO of Queenstown airport, Steve Sanderson said that with the money, it will be able to grow up rapidly and that Auckland connection is going to work just fine.

Incomplete Information About Drugs Leads to Teen’s Death

Toran HenryA report issued yesterday carries a good amount of detail about the death of 17-year-old Toran Henry. It is said to entail information about the criticism raised by Auckland Coroner, Murray Jamieson against Marinoto Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.

Two Pharmaceutical Plats Audited by Medsafe

Two Pharmaceutical Plats Audited by MedsafeAccording to a recent announcement by the Ministry of Health, Medsafe has been involved in the audit of two Companies. The healthcare provider had audited Douglas Pharmaceutical from Auckland and is the producer of the anticoagulant, Marevan that is used for resolving blood clotting disorders.

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