The boil water notice for Martinborough is still in place while the council continues to investigate cause and treatment for the low levels of E.coli detected in the township’s water supply.
The 5 day RMO (junior doctor) strike will take effect from 0800 Monday 29th April and remain in place until 0800 Saturday 4th May.
Please be aware that the Wairarapa hospital cafe will not be opening during the upcoming Easter public holidays and ANZAC day.
Users of the Martinborough Township water supply are advised that E.coli has been detected in the township.
Around one in four New Zealanders are infected with influenza each year. And while some people won’t feel sick at all, they can still pass it on to others.
It's good to know your neighbours and have a contact number for them if you need someone to check on your property or feed your cat if you can't get home. But in an emergency, the people you live nearest to can suddenly become your most immediate source of support.
Wairarapa does not have an outbreak of Measles, and we DO NOT want one.
Clive wants to make sure he is with his loved ones at the end of his life and that it is as pain-free as possible. With family in different countries, it was important to document his future health care wishes.
No matter what your age or state of health, let's start to talk about your wishes for your future health care with whānau and your doctors and caregivers. Go to www.myacp.org.nz for details.
Rare is everywhere
It’s not rare to have a rare disorder. Up to 377,076 people in New Zealand have a rare condition. Collectively, rare disorders affect more Kiwis than diabetes.