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18 NZ Women Had PIP Implants

18 NZ Women Had PIP ImplantsPIP breast implant scandal, which created controversies across the globe, has now found a new destination to create more disturbances. It has been recently revealed that the 18 New Zealand women have received Pip breast implants.

Surgeon Hopes to Cure Diabetes via Surgery

Surgeon Hopes to Cure Diabetes via SurgeryIt might seem as a very peculiar situation but a Wellington surgeon had earlier gained rare ethical approval to operate on people suffering from diabetes

Whooping Cough Pandemic in Wellington

Whooping Cough Pandemic in WellingtonIt has been recently revealed that there has been a decline in the number of whooping cases in Wellington. However, Annette Nesdale, who is a Medical Officer of Health for the Wellington Region Public Health Service, was of the view that despite a decline, the total number of whooping cough cases is still high.

Orca Whales Spotted near Lyall Bay in Wellington

Orca-whalesAs per recent reports, it has been claimed that Orca whales have been seen near Lyall Bay in Wellington early this morning.

The family-of-four was seen near Eastbourne the day before and now it has been confirmed that the killer whales have made their route towards the harbour which, as per experts, can indeed prove dangerous for people going too close to them.

Wellington Hospital Constantly Fails to Meet Waiting Times Target

Wellington Hospital Constantly Fails to Meet Waiting Times TargetDespite repeated warnings and given targets by the Health Ministry, Wellington Hospital is not able comply with the six-hour deadline.

Till now, one in the group of four could be found waiting for more than six hours to either get admitted or to take a discharge. This is completely against the rules of the Health Ministry, which has given the target to all the hospitals and district health boards.

Rare White Kiwi Survived by the Bells

Rare White Kiwi Survived by the BellsManukura, the famous white kiwi from Wairarapa has lucratively gone through surgery meant for eradicating a stone that it swallowed recently.

The kiwi, five-month-old, is on the road to recovery at Wellington Zoo following a surgery wherein laser was employed for reducing the size of the stone before finally eliminating it.

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