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Lake Alice abuse and torture survivors reject apology from RANZCP

Survivors of the abuse and torture at Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s have rejected an apology from the Royal Australia New Zealand...

The black market in salt and what it means for all of us

I had a shock this weekend which has turned into a wake up call. For years I had been sprinkling Black Salt (Kala Namak) on...

Luxon delivers ‘State of the Nation’ speech

Luxon delivered the speech today in Auckland In his inaugural 'State of the Nation' speech, PM Christopher Luxon outlined a comprehensive plan he claims will...

Gardening with Wally Richards: Gardening for high health nutrition

Anyone can grow some food crops for their health without having to be a active gardener, in fact anyone can grow a range of...

Free breast screening extended

The coalition Government has made the first steps in delivering on its promise to extend free breast screening to women aged 70-74, Health Minister...

The Network of Denial and the Trail of Deceit in New Zealand

As you know we live in extraordinary times, of note not just because of our technological achievements, but also because of the pervading mood...

Chernobyl wolves have anti-cancer genome – study

Scientists hope the findings can help identify protective mutations and increase the odds for humans to survive the disease. Wolves in the irradiated Chernobyl Exclusion...

Psychiatric nurse dismissed following racial insult in workplace group chat

Vinod Chand, a psychiatric nurse at Te Whatu Ora’s Mason Clinic in Pt Chevalier since 2008, was dismissed for referring to a colleague as...

Guy Hatchard: Have we lost our minds?

It used to be the case that kindergarten children played at ‘connecting the dots’ to make drawings, these days this activity is considered to...

COVID Inquiry: Submissions now open for feedback on expanded terms of reference

The Royal Commission into COVID-19 Lessons Learned is seeking public feedback. 'We're expanding the COVID-19's inquiry terms of reference and we want to hear from...

Camembert and brie cheese products recalled due to E-coli

Certain camembert and brie varieties produced by Waimata Cheese Company are being pulled from the market because of potential E coli contamination, according to...

King Charles diagnosed with cancer

The disease was discovered as the monarch was examined for benign prostate enlargement, Buckingham Palace has revealed. In a statement, the Palace said the health...

Cancer cases set to soar by 77% – WHO

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has projected a significant rise in global cancer cases, estimating over 35 million...

Woman suffers complications after unqualified assistant administers Botox on doctor’s orders

A woman experienced negative side effects after receiving Botox injections from an unqualified individual, directed by a doctor, according to a Health and Disability...

Medical centre’s oversight in urologist referral found to have caused patient’s death

A health centre has been directed to offer an apology to the relatives of a deceased man, whose death was attributed to prostate cancer...

COVID Royal Commission: Expanded terms of reference must include vaccine safety – NZ Outdoors & Freedoms Party

While it's good news that the new government has belatedly announced a wider inquiry into the Covid NZ response, it still falls short says...

When will it be called treason?

Fear not the path of truth for the lack of people walking on it. — Robert Kennedy On a warm day in the spring of...

Two health professionals disciplined for sexual misconduct

Two health professionals, an osteopath and a physiotherapist, were censured for separate incidents of indecently touching patients. Dr. Joseph Crozier, an osteopath from Morrinsville, was...

Scientists make Alzheimer’s breakthrough

A simple blood test could detect biological markers of the disease 15 years before symptoms develop, researchers say. Scientists have hailed a potentially ‘revolutionary’ breakthrough...

Guy Hatchard: A Time of uncertainty, but hope

Dear Friends I hope you have enjoyed a Christmas and New Years break. I am writing to distil the lessons of the past three years...

The WHO’s Managerial Gambit

On Friday, Bret Weinstein warned of impending tyranny from the World Health Organization. “We are in the middle of a coup,” the evolutionary biologist and...

‘NUTSAX’ licence plate: NZTA backs off

Auckland man Taylor Crawshaw has successfully defended his right to keep his personalised license plates, "NUTSAX," after the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) initially...

The Indomitable Human Spirit

The Indomitable Human Spirit that, against all odds, either finds a way or makes one. — MH Many years ago, as a first-year student nurse...

‘Moon Shot’: Pfizer’s $43 billion bet on turbo cancers

Late last year gene therapy maker Pfizer finalised its $43 billion acquisition of cancer drug maker Seagen. This acquisition will lead to the creation of...

Abortion leading cause of death in world in 2023

More human beings died in abortions internationally than from any other cause of death in 2023. All of these deaths were preventable, and they died...

Love to fellow Kiwis

OVER CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR — FROM OUR HEARTS TO YOURS — All great questions must be raised by great voices, and the greatest voice...

Boost for Emergency Department security in hospitals

The coalition government is delivering a $5.7 million boost to emergency department security this summer, employing an extra 200 people (93 FTE) to keep...

Crown observer to be appointed to Health New Zealand

Health Minister Dr Shane Reti is appointing a Crown observer to Health New Zealand – Te Whatu Ora, citing significant ongoing challenges around the...

Retracted NZ HPV vaccine study’s safety conclusions reached after ‘inverting the data’

The study claimed the HPV vaccine reduced preterm birth rates, when the opposite was likely. Senior author Noelyn Hung of the University of Otago Medical...

Courage under fire

One man with courage makes a majority — Anon On Monday, 18 December 2023, New Zealand whistleblower Barry Young had a second appearance in Court...

The global wave of childhood pneumonia

The news that Northern China is dealing with a mystery pneumonia outbreak in children was headlined in many news outlets worldwide. Chinese health officials failed...

A smoking gun …

Few men are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, the wrath of their society. Moral courage is...

Watch: Ministry of Health whistleblower Barry Young talks to Alex Jones

Barry Young (aka 'Winston Smith'), told Alex Jones he hoped more whistleblowers would come forward to expose government misconduct. 'Absolutely come forward,' Young told viewers. 'Their...

Kirsch calls for criminal charges against Ministry of Health leadership

Tech millionaire and prominent anti-jab campaigner Steve Kirsch accuses NZ health authorities of 'criminal negligence'. Kirsch's comments follow the release of previously unseen Ministry of...

Guy Hatchard: What the whistleblower data tells us about the NZ Ministry of Health

This week an interview with a Ministry of Health employee under the pseudonym Winston Smith, who leaked data to former journalist and recent political candidate Liz...

Guy Hatchard: The Big Picture – We have jumped off an evolutionary cliff

Post-pandemic we have found ourselves living in a considerably changed world. A polarised world with elevated levels of social and international conflict. How did we...

Whistleblower reveals ‘irrefutable evidence’ of non-COVID excess mortality

The evidence was presented today by Liz Gunn and a whistleblower named Winston Smith. A video shared on social media by NZ Loyal Party leader...

Guy Hatchard: The tide is turning, but much remains to be done

Yesterday’s coalition policy announcements validated our lobbying efforts and those of multiple others over the last two years. Some key research findings and concerns finally...

NZDSOS: Is Medsafe in a conflict of interest?

New Zealand Doctors Speaking Out with Science (NZDSOS) is calling for transparency and accountability around pharmaceutical companies influencing and funding national medical regulatory bodies. 'The...

Guy Hatchard: An Open Letter to the MPs of the New Parliament

What are you going to do about record levels of excess deaths and anyone advising you that they don’t matter or even exist? The main...

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