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MidCentral Health to Cut Back on Funds Meant for Diabetes Care

MidCentral Health to Cut Back on Funds Meant for Diabetes CareDiabetes New Zealand has said that the cuts being implemented by MidCentral Health on its specialist diabetes services mirrored the inadequate care related to diabetes being provided in the country. The organization has announced the cutbacks for all the health boards in the country.

Newspapers Criticized for Sensationalising Dr. Foster Hospital Guide 2010

Newspapers Criticized for Sensationalising Dr. Foster Hospital Guide 2010Recent reports by newspapers which highlighted the high mortality rates at 19 hospital trusts have come under sharp criticism by many medical professionals, as they feel that the reports published in the media were misleading.

An Australian Council Calls For Reducing Alcohol Limit for Driving

An Australian Council Calls For Reducing Alcohol Limit for DrivingA debate has been started in Australia for reducing the alcohol limit for driving in order to alter the driving etiquettes.

The Cyst that was a Baby

The Cyst that was a BabyIt seems to be a story right out of a story book. Well, the story is about a 19-year-old Brit girl Amy Furber, who recently gave birth to David Martin on the 29th of November. Though, the childbirth might seem normal, as David happens to be one healthy child, but in reality, truth can be deceptive a lot of times.

Job cuts for Rotorua residents possible

Job cuts for Rotorua residents possibleRestructuring of government in Rotorua will prove to be tough for the residents over there. As suggested by the MP Steve Chadwick, up to 50 jobs were in danger as a result of this restructuring. At the office of the Inland Revenue Department in Rotorua there can be a cut in the staff as they look to reduce costs.

Northland oysters under threat of a mystery disease

Northland oysters under threat of a mystery diseaseOyster farmers in Northland have a major worry at their hands as oysters worth $12 million of their stock have died with a mysterious disease. In the previous year the oyster sales were worth around $30 million about 500 people have their households running through jobs in this industry.

The producer's income shall definitely take a hit this year and will also have adverse consequences on the economy.

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