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Nurses refuse pay offer. Written By: notices and features - Date published: 7:00 am, July 30th, 2021 - 27 comments. NZNO members who work in district health boards (DHBs) have voted by clear majority to reject the latest offer in their negotiations with the DHBs, saying it fails to address the chronic and systemic safe staffing issues in a way that would ensure and protect the future of the

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welfare « The Standard

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Quarantine Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be paused from 1.59am (NZT) Friday, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has announced. The decision follows updated public health advice from New Zealand officials and a growing number of cases …

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Labour’s mental health policy « The Standard

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Mental health teams will be based on site with primary care providers, such as GPs, to offer free, accessible help for people with mental health issues before and after crises. Early intervention and continuing care will help people avoid significant mental health distress and …

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1. (1). France. France has a system of universal health care which is largely financed by the government via a system of national health insurance.
2. (2). Germany. Germany has the world's oldest national social health insurance system as far back as 1883. ...
3. (3). Latvia. ...
4. (4). Russia. ...

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Welcome to Wealth Gap Tower « The Standard

5 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

free health care,” Health care is not free; somebody has to provide the equipment, the consumables and the labor. “proper housing for all.” That is a concern for the individual not for any aggregation that does not voluntarily choose to do so. “All these concepts were in …

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Who in the House is for beneficiaries? « The Standard

5 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Quarantine Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be paused from 1.59am (NZT) Friday, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has announced. The decision follows updated public health advice from New Zealand officials and a growing number of cases …

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The Green Party goals in government « The Standard

4 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Timely and high quality mental health services and free counselling for under-25s; Honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the country’s founding document; Fund and support the refugee family reunificiation scheme; Treat drugs as a health issue and hold a referendum on the personal use of cannabis; Increase public access and transparency of official

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Open Mike 20/11/2018 « The Standard

8 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Nope. Plenty of free speech stored up in the memory banks. I don’t call it spamming. This is a political Forum. If the Minister of Health announced to the male voter that it would legalise the male pill, and provide it to pharmacies before the next election. Labour would …

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Todd’s going … who is next? « The Standard

1 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Free speech, less restrictive social rules, more choice around health and education, less economic regulation and central control. All bread and butter liberal ideas. lprent 2.3.2.1

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RNZ’s Chinese Spies story doesn’t add up « The Standard

6 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Houses would still be affordable with a robust health system, cheap electricity and free education. hd 4.1. 15 July 2021 at 2:02 pm. The Red Line podcast repeats the line that China is engaging in debt trap diplomacy, without being able to cite any actual examples of seizing assets based on the debt they're advancing. A lot of the hand-wringing

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The Heron Report « The Standard

4 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

The Heron report inquiring into National MP Hamish Walker and Michelle Boag’s misuse of confidential health information has been released. And it is frustratingly short of detail. It reads like a collation of press releases augmented with some carefully prepared statements and topped off with an analysis of Ministry of Health processes.

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Malnutrition – in NZ FFS « The Standard

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Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

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Colonisation and widespread theft of Maori land is

3 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/colonisation-and-widespread-theft-of-maori-land-is-apparently-good-for-them/

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Stuff report on child abuse « The Standard

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508 326 459Read on on Stuff for plenty more. The piece concludes: REPORT CHILD ABUSE NOW. If you have concerns about the safety of a child, you can call police on 111 or Child, Youth and Family on 0508 FAMILY (0508 326 459) for advice. If the social worker thinks the child is in immediate danger they will act on it within 24 hours.

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Expand Five Eyes « The Standard

4 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Quarantine Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be paused from 1.59am (NZT) Friday, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has announced. The decision follows updated public health advice from New Zealand officials and a growing number of cases …

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Tertiary education – a “public good” « The Standard

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Quarantine Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand will be paused from 1.59am (NZT) Friday, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins has announced. The decision follows updated public health advice from New Zealand officials and a growing number of cases and locations of interest. The pause will run for at least

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Women’s Space « The Standard

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2 days ago · Women’s Liberation Aotearoa is a group for left wing feminist women who support organising democratically for women’s liberation in New Zealand and internationally. Content includes blogging and long form writing from a range of feminists, and …

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The many and varied takes of Des Gorman on covid « The

6 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/the-many-and-varied-takes-of-des-gorman-on-covid/

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Dud advice « The Standard

8 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

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Daily review 30/06/2021 « The Standard

1 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/daily-review-30-06-2021/

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Nats fought a FPP campaign and blew it – Labour went with

7 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/nats-fought-a-fpp-campaign-and-blew-it-labour-went-with-mmp/

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The Herald thinks Jacinda Ardern is a Marxist « The Standard

3 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

The Herald thinks Jacinda Ardern is a Marxist. It is going to be a long three years plus if this keeps up. The Herald has suggested in this article the author has not put their name to that Jacinda Ardern is a Marxist, but the logic used is sadly lacking. The evidence that our Prime Minister wants to socialise the means of production?

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The Covid Crisis – the perils of half hearted responses

1 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Research into some of New Zealanders’ biggest health concerns including cancer, diabetes, and heart disease is getting crucial support in the latest round of health research funding, Health Minister Andrew Little announced today. The funding, awarded through the Health Research Council of New Zealand, covers 31 General Project grants ($36.64

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/the-covid-crisis-the-perils-of-half-hearted-responses/

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Syrian refugees – National backs down « The Standard

3 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

The backtrack is under way. Last week National was not budging on refugee numbers. Today they will announced an urgent passage allowing for the intake of more Syrian refugees. The focus groups have spoken. Update: and the announcement is for 600 new refugees over 3 years and $4,9 million in increased aid.

Link: https://thestandard.org.nz/syrian-refugees-national-backs-down/

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Nick Smith rejoices as Jake Bezzant takes public spotlight

4 hours ago by Thestandard.org.nz

Nick Smith rejoices as Jake Bezzant takes public spotlight off him. Eerily enough Nick Smith has dropped out of public attention, at least for now. Jake Bezzant has instead taken Smith’s place. I have watched Bezzant for a while. He was meant to be one of National’s bright new things, having been selected in then safe Upper Harbour.

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  • (1). France. France has a system of universal health care which is largely financed by the government via a system of national health insurance.
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