Taking into account the needs of quake refugees, the Southern
District Health Board's annual plan might have to be revised,
Neville Cook told the disability support and community and
public health advisory committee meeting this week.
frequency of committee meetings was under scrutiny at
yesterday's inaugural disability support and community and
public health advisory committee meeting in Dunedin, with one
member saying once every two months was not enough.
September's earthquake will be put to good use when Red Cross
distributes funds raised for victims after last week's much
more devastating quake, the charity's appeal commission
chairman, Sir John Hansen, said in Dunedin this week.