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Kind Hearts founder encourages women to be kind to themselves »

20/10/2017

Leigh Rosanoski Founder and CEO of Kind Hearts Trust, is urging women to be kind to themselves....continue »

Bite the bullet - it’s ‘Time to Screen’ »

20/10/2017

BreastScreen Coast to Coast’s Medical Radiation Technologist (MRT), Pip says: “Bite the bullet; ignoring problems doesn’t make them go away. Come and get your breast screening.”...continue »

Enable New Zealand providing mobility scooters to loan »

20/10/2017

Two mobility scooters were presented by Enable New Zealand to the Palmerston North City Council today. These will be available for public use in and around the city, free of charge....continue »

Fifth mumps case confirmed in MidCentral DHB district  »

13/10/2017

There has been a further case of mumps confirmed in the MidCentral DHB area bringing the total number of confirmed cases to five over the past six weeks. ...continue »

Tenacious trip leaves lasting memory »

13/10/2017

Recently Enable New Zealand sponsored two men to sail on the Jubilee Sailing Trust’s tall ship Tenacious....continue »

Suzie Johnson wants women to breast screen for their families »

12/10/2017

When it comes to breast screening, Suzie Johnson has this advice: “Suck it up princess and get on with it.”...continue »

She’ll be right attitude is wrong »

12/10/2017

Kahurangi Ross has a message for women about breast screening. “We have an attitude in New Zealand, where ‘she’ll be right’. But that’s wrong. Māori women are often embarrassed about screening but we need to be around for our tamariki and mokopuna....continue »

Mental Health Awareness Week encourages connection  »

09/10/2017

MidCentral DHB is putting its full support behind this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week from Monday 9 October through to Sunday 15 October....continue »

Pharmacy quit smoking project extended »

09/10/2017

A successful quit smoking pilot project, which helped more than 800 people in the region over the past 12 months, has been extended until June next year. ...continue »

Time is precious, it’s ‘Time to Screen’ »

06/10/2017

Farah Palmer, former captain of the Black Ferns and Massey lecturer is asking women “if you look after your team on the field, why not off the field?”...continue »

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