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"Potable water” is a term commonly used to describe water that is considered safe for human consumption whether through drinking, cooking or personal bathing. It has either been treated, cleaned, or filtered and meets established drinking water standards.
As part of the series of activities organised under the 16 Days Activism to End Violence against Women, the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Intaff) hosted a well-attended discussion panel at the USP on Wednesday.
AS the 30th World AIDS Day is commemorated on Saturday, UNAIDS is making a global call for increased access to HIV testing and increased uptake of HIV testing.
Ta’unga of our traditional Maori medicine and those with great knowledge and interest of medicinal plants along with members of the public are encouraged to attend consultations that begin tonight (Tuesday) in Vaka Puaikura.
Former prime minister and health minister Dr Robert Woonton says the New Zealand parliament should be the next step for more than 11,000 petitioners calling out “unfair” treatment of a leading Cook Islands doctor punished for healing their skin ailments.
A lawyer representing 11 of the 13 nurses who were suspended by Health secretary Dr Aumea Herman last week, has filed a request for an independent review with Public Service Commissioner Russell Thomas.