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Last month, Housing New Zealand began a multi-million dollar fencing and landscaping programme at thousands of properties with children.
The Child and Youth Mortality Review Committee (CYMRC) estimates nearly 3000 lives have been saved in the past 20 years because of efforts to prevent sudden unexpected death in infants (SUDI).
CYMRC member Mrs Anthea Simcock receives New Year Honours.
In this article from the Wanganui Chronicle Dr David Montgomery talks about treating the root cause of child abuse.
Winners from the CYMRC poster competition at their annual conference.
This article provides knowledge and insights into sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI) from a conference in the United States recently, attended by New Zealand child mortality experts and international specialists.
Media release from the Alcohol Healthwatch Trust. The Trust has teamed up with two community organisations to launch the BABIES + BOOZE campaign to raise awareness of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
Article on fire safety warnings on children's nightwear, which are now compulsory after the death of one young boy and serious injuries to at least four others.
NO helmet, no bike. This is the safety message Safekids New Zealand wants parents and caregivers to tell their bicycle-riding children.
New members bring considerable knowledge and experience to the Committee, which collects and reviews information on the deaths of children and young people with the aim of preventing future deaths.