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Mice infestation in McDonald’s Restaurant in south Auckland; Health officers Probe the Issue

Mice infestation in McDonald’s Restaurant in south Auckland; Health officers Probe the IssueOne of the customers who took her child for a HAPPY Meal to an out let of McDonald's in south Auckland captured a video of several mice running around in the kid's play area.

The fast food giant said that they are taking several measures for pest control and have kept the area locked since the rodent infestation.

Faulty Fletcher Building Concrete Affect Seventy Buildings including Part of Auckland University

Faulty Fletcher Building Concrete Affect Seventy Buildings including Part of Auckland UniversityFirth concrete which is owned by Fletcher Building, the largest construction company of New Zealand produced some sub-standard concrete which may have affected seventy construction sites which also includes $200 million science expansion site of University of Auckland.

New Anti Wrinkle Serum from Snowberry “May be the Most Effective Yet Known”

New Anti Wrinkle Serum from Snowberry “May be the Most Effective Yet Known”Looking younger with an anti-ageing serum may become easier with a new product developed by a company in New Zealand.

Snowberry, a skin care company based in Auckland, claims that it has developed an anti-ageing product with years of research that work better than the similar leading product in the U. S.

Air NZ and Air China Alliance Plan Daily Flights between Auckland and Beijing

Air NZ and Air China Alliance Plan Daily Flights between Auckland and BeijingConditional to regulatory approvals, a partnership with Air New Zealand, Air China plans to include direct flights to Auckland daily from Beijing sometimes later in the year.

Today, the airlines released particulars related to the projected deal that could come into effect from December.

Milk drinking in pregnancy leads to infant iron deficiency

Milk drinking in pregnancy leads to infant iron deficiencyPregnant ladies who drink a great deal of milk put their children at danger of having an iron lack amid a critical period of improvement, New Zealand scientists said Friday.

Bowel cancer patients considered to be 'second-class tumour citizens'

Bowel-cancerAnother report demonstrates that less than 50 percent of suspected bowel cancer patients were given examined inside the two-week time allotment set by the Government.

In Tairawhiti just 15 percent of patients were examined on time, in Waikato 36 percent, Nelson/Marlborough 31 percent, Auckland 44 percent, Capital and Coast 47 percent and Canterbury at 62 percent.

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