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Story Of The Week: Trans-Tasman Medicines Takeover

STORY OF THE WEEK: Trans-Tasman Medicines Takeover

King Cosies Up To Aussies On Health - New Zealand First is saddened but not surprised that the Minister of Health is more concerned about cosying up to the Australians than paying heed to democratic processes at home. See... King Puts Australia First

Parliament Revolts Against Health Treaty With Oz - United Future today took part in a Health Select Committee walkout and joined protesters on the steps of Parliament in opposition to the Government selling out New Zealand's complementary medicines industry, MP Bernie Ogilvy says. See... Ogilvy: UF Won't Sell Out Complementary Health
- Govt - Signing of treaty to regulate therapeutic products
- NZMA supports complementary medicine regulation
- ACT - ACT Condemns Labour Arrogance
- Green - An unhealthy disrespect for democracy
- NZ First - NZ Healthcare Handed To Aussies
- CFHC - Stores Support Campaign Against Aussie Rules & At Last Someone Is Listening, Says Health Group

National & ACT Join Complementary Healthcare Decision Outrage - The National Party is attacking the Health Minister's decision to push ahead with a trans-Tasman agency to regulate complementary healthcare products. See... King ignores warning on trans-Tasman health agency
- ACT - Labour's Arrogance Beyond Contempt
- Health Cmttee - Trans-Tasman agency to regulate therapeutic products
- Greens - Govt surrenders $200m industry to Australia
- EMA - Therapeutics Decision Cuts Choice, Ramps Up Costs
- Greens - Government jumps the gun on year-long inquiry
- NZ First - Minister Mocks Democratic Process

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