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Mental health a priority area for NZ Budget, Ardern tells World Economic Forum

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 23 January 2019 ()
Mental health a priority area for NZ Budget, Ardern tells World Economic ForumEarly intervention is crucial in dealing with mental heath issues, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told an audience at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.Ardern highlighted the Government's decision to put mental heath nurses...
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The world's elite converge on Davos, Switzerland, next week for the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting. The Davos 2019 theme is "Globalization 4.0," promoting more inclusive societies and better protections for vulnerable communities. It is perhaps an irony then that divisive domestic issues will...

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