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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 »

Being shy won’t give you another life »

06/10/2017

Eseta Bason, mum of six, is telling women “Don’t be shy, being shy won’t give you another life” as part of the ‘Time to Screen’ campaign....continue »

Further case of mumps case confirmed in MidCentral DHB district  »

05/10/2017

There has been a further case of mumps in Palmerston North. There have now been four confirmed cases in the MidCentral DHB area in the past five weeks....continue »

Pahiatua Vege Hub spreads to Eketahuna  »

05/10/2017

Palmerston North’s successful vege hub concept has spread to Tararua with ever growing pick-up points available in Pahiatua and Eketahuna....continue »

Ladies, it’s ‘Time to Screen’ »

29/09/2017

BreastScreen Coast to Coast is launching its ‘Time to Screen’ campaign this October....continue »

Wahakura as a model for Whānau Ora  »

28/09/2017

Wahakura are unique lovingly hand-woven sleep spaces for pepi made out of harakeke and using the tradition of rāranga. ...continue »

New app for hospital navigation »

20/09/2017

A free app for visitors to find their way around Palmerston North hospital has been released....continue »

Hospital provides a new room for families »

19/09/2017

MidCentral DHB and Milson Rotary have teamed up to provide a private space for visitors to the hospital. ...continue »

U-Kinetics clinic »

13/09/2017

A five-year agreement between UCOL and MidCentral District Health Board to provide exercise programmes for people with chronic (long term) conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular disease, will come to an end in December. ...continue »

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