The Otago Daily Times is profiling the region's
electorates, the candidates, and the issues in the lead-up to
this month's general election. Reporter Eileen Goodwin takes
a look at Te Tai Tonga.
Retiring Dunedin Hospital paediatrician Dr John Clarkson has
taken a swipe at the media for giving "equal weight" to
The driver who complained about National Party hoarding
carriers has taken issue with claims she was politically
The last working Sister of Mercy at Mercy Hospital has
retired from nursing.
Dunedin Hospital women's health service has stopped accepting
non-urgent gynaecology referrals because of a staff vacancy.
A complaint to Dunedin police yesterday morning about the
potential hazard posed to drivers from these National Party
hoarding carriers appeared to be politically motivated,
Senior Sergeant Mel Aitken said.
The Otago Daily Times is profiling the
region's electorates, the candidates, and the issues in the
lead-up to this month's general election. Reporter Eileen
Goodwin takes a look at Dunedin South.
A "wonderful" charity GP service should receive more support,
Labour's associate health spokeswoman list MP Steve Chadwick
said in Dunedin yesterday.
Two elderly rest-home residents joined workers protesting a
pay offer outside Woodhaugh Rest Home in Dunedin yesterday.
The head of the senior
doctors' union hopes new Southern District Health Board chief
executive Carole Heatly will bring a "greater sense of
reality" to the DHB.
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