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NZ pharmacies rebuffed in attempt to prevent new CWH next door; Ukrainian pharmacists tell of their injuries; crime in the UK WARNING: Graphic images below Wellington, New Zealand: A group …

Pharmacies burned down by medical students, doctors slam Biden’s “test to treat” COVID plan, pharmacists tell of shortages in Kyiv Darbhanga, India: Several pharmacies have been burned down in the …

Ukraine’s First Lady praises pharmacy workers; Belfast pharmacist stabbed; Wellington pharmacist tells of anti-mandate protest impact Ukraine: Ukraine’s First Lady, Olena Zelenskyi, has singled out pharmacy workers for praise in …

The pharmacy sector is rallying behind its colleagues and patients in Ukraine, as the Russian invasion continues Ukraine’s Health Minister has said that the country needs a humanitarian corridor to …

Pharmacy solidarity for Ukraine and its pharmacists; drunk pharmacist goes on liquor bottle rampage; Kiwi pharmacists under fire over elusive RATs Vienna, Austria: At an executive meeting of Employed Community …

September 1945: World War II is over, and restrictions on medicine sales, and pharmacy ownership were being lifted. Meanwhile, readers were unhappy with GPs’ script standards The recent cessation of …

Pharmacy leaders welcomed the end of World War II in our August 1945 issue, but a war of words was building over the government’s Pharmaceutical Benefits bill Pharmacy leaders expressed …

COVID-19 once again dominated the headlines this week, though it was also a time to look back at past tragedies, recent and more distant Pharmacists are being urged to download …