CHF Logo 2017

Tuesday 24 Sep

21:25

Clutha Health First
Hauora Tahi Ki Iwi Katea

 

2-Winter_wellness_2019_Page_1

DIS for EW

  • Ponds scoured after death on Canterbury farm — Police investigating the death of a man on a Canterbury farm are now searching rural ponds for clues.
  • Ponds scoured after death on Canterbury farm — Police investigating the death of a man on a Canterbury farm are now searching rural ponds for clues.
  • Officer shoots himself in buttocks — A police officer was injured on a training course after putting his pistol back in the holster. Photo: NZPA via NZ Herald A police officer is off work after shooting himself in the buttocks with a Glock pistol.
  • $45 million spent in gun buyback scheme — Amnesty and buyback data will be published on the police website fortnightly. Photo: RNZ More than 24,000 banned semi-automatic guns - costing taxpayers $45 million - have been handed in since July this year under the amnesty and buyback scheme.
  • $45 million spent in gun buyback scheme — Amnesty and buyback data will be published on the police website fortnightly. Photo: RNZ More than 24,000 banned semi-automatic guns - costing taxpayers $45 million - have been handed in since July this year under the amnesty and buyback scheme.
  • Traumatic rescue after boat flips — Murray Kayes was heading to a new fishing spot in his boat Sea Lion (pictured) at the time of the incident. Photo: NZ Herald A man thrown into chilly waters after a boat flipped crossing the Manukau Bar near Auckland tried to swim for help, while his companion clung onto their dying friend as they waited in the water for more than two hours.
  • 'Holding on to his dead friend': Traumatic rescue after boat flips — Murray Kayes was heading to a new fishing spot in his boat Sea Lion (pictured) at the time of the incident. Photo: NZ Herald A man thrown into chilly waters after a boat flipped crossing the Manukau Bar near Auckland tried to swim for help, while his companion clung onto their dying friend as they waited in the water for more than two hours.
  • Christchurch physio struck off over intimate massage — Peter William Chum had his registration as a physiotherapist cancelled. A Christchurch physiotherapist has been struck off for asking to massage an intimate area of a woman referred to him for vocal problems.
  • Christchurch physio struck off over intimate massage — Peter William Chum had his registration as a physiotherapist cancelled. A Christchurch physiotherapist has been struck off for asking to massage an intimate area of a woman referred to him for vocal problems.
  • Incredible new view of All Blacks' stunning try — World Rugby have released amazing innovative footage of the All Blacks' long-range try in their opening Rugby World Cup victory over the Springboks on Saturday.
  • Incredible new view of All Blacks' stunning try — World Rugby have released amazing innovative footage of the All Blacks' long-range try in their opening Rugby World Cup victory over the Springboks on Saturday.
  • Low snow, storms likely in South — Snow to low levels and thunderstorms are possible in the South as a cold front moves across the country in coming days.
  • Woman avoids jail over fatal crash — Holding a picture of Katie Deborah Robertson and her ashes are (back) brothers William Robertson and Daniel Robertson (middle) boyfriend Brodie Burridge, sisters Emma Scobie, Anita Eathorne and Tracee Wollstein (front) father Ian Wollstein, mother Cathy Robertson and nephew Keiran Robertson (12). Photo: Luisa Girao A woman charged over a crash which killed a 21-year-old Invercargill woman has avoided jail time.
  • Killers forced victim to dig his own grave — Alex Latimer's body was found at a property in Te Hāroto in September 2018. Photo: Supplied via RNZ Warning: this article contains graphic content
  • Killers forced victim to dig his own grave — Alex Latimer's body was found at a property in Te Hāroto in September 2018. Photo: Supplied via RNZ Warning: this article contains graphic content
  • High St to be upgraded — The city council has approved plans for revitalising High Street to address the damage caused by the earthquakes.
  • All Blacks keeping top midfield combo a secret — Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan Crotty are two of four All Black midfielders gunning for starting spots. Photo: Getty Images As rotation moves into full swing for the remainder of the pool matches, the Rubik's Cube that is the starting All Blacks midfield won't become clear for a few weeks yet.
  • Concerns for missing 16-year-old — Photo: NZ Police Police have concerns for a Dunedin teenager missing since yesterday evening.
  • Man attempts to get sea lion killing charges dropped — Graeme Lowery (54) is accused of stabbing an 11-month-old sea lion to death. Photo: Staff Photographer The man accused of stabbing to death an 11-month-old sea lion at Quarantine Point on November 5, 2016, has asked for the charges against him to be dropped.
  • All Blacks keeping top midfield combo a secret — Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan Crotty are two of four All Black midfielders gunning for starting spots. Photo: Getty Images As rotation moves into full swing for the remainder of the pool matches, the Rubik's Cube that is the starting All Blacks midfield won't become clear for a few weeks yet.