To understand Pacific art it is necessary to discard Western
assumptions, visiting curator Dr Michael Gunn says.
About 250 people braved last night's inclement weather in
Dunedin to celebrate the eve of the Chinese New Year.
A public campaign to fund a world-class neurosurgery research
and teaching centre in Dunedin is under way.
Exciting research possibilities lie ahead for the Dunedin
academic unit of neurosurgery, clinical director of South
Island neurosurgery Martin MacFarlane says.
Cathy Matthews' life was saved by the service she championed
but did not think she would need.
Health Minister Tony Ryall has rejected a request by the
senior doctors' union to intervene in a staffing numbers
issue at Dunedin Hospital's emergency department (ED).
A senior Dunedin
Hospital emergency department specialist says Southern
District Health Board management appear to have backtracked
on recruiting an extra 4.5 senior medical officers for the
Most people think of St John's wort as an antidepressant, but
a centuries-old textbook being translated in Dunedin reveals
recipes in which it is used for different ailments.
medico-legal insurance scheme trying to gain a foothold in a
market dominated by a British provider is slowly adding
members, Medicus board member Dr Wayne Cunningham, of
The Southern District Health Board says a Dunedin rest-home
is carrying sufficient supplies, after an inspection
following complaints it lacked some basics.
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