Posted in In the News on October 28th, 2016.
A Government inquiry into the campylobacter outbreak that struck down 5000 Havelock North residents in August has begun. The first public hearing into the outbreak – caused by a contaminated water supply – was held in Hastings on Thursday. Retired Court of Appeal judge Lyn Stevens QC, who is chairing the inquiry, confirmed that the […]
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