An update from Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service to all Nelson Marlborough residents.
The recent detection of elevated levels of arsenic in Richmond has prompted a reminder to residents that burning painted or treated timber is prohibited.
‘It’s about whanau’. Celebrate World Smokefree Day on 31 May as we look towards smokefree/auahi kore lives for New Zealanders.
The Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service has confirmed a third case of measles, and this person has been admitted to Nelson Hospital.
The Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service confirms that there has been a second confirmed case of measles in Nelson.
Fieldfresh NZ Ltd is recalling specific batches of its Claridges Botanicals brand Green Tea Bags and Houjicha Tea Leaves.
The Nelson Marlborough Public Health Service confirms that there have been no more cases of measles notified by GPs in the Nelson, Marlborough or Tasman regions to date.
A teenager, who had recently visited Hamilton and returned to Nelson last week, has been confirmed as having measles.
Two tobacco retailers were caught selling cigarettes to an underage customer during an operation by the Nelson Marlborough Health Public Health Service last week.
“In New Zealand, approximately 50 women die each year from cervical cancer. The HPV immunisation programme was introduced to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer and other diseases caused by HPV.