Intellectual disability and mental-health services provider
Pact says it may lock out staff taking part in industrial
action because it risks client safety.
A University of Otago student at Cumberland College in
Dunedin has contracted measles after the visit of an infected
Wellington student late last month.
The union advocate who led the failed bid for a huge
multi-union health pay deal is unsure whether she would
recommend the ambitious attempt again.
The departing chairman of delay-ridden Southern Primary
Health Organisation has criticised the Southern District
Health Board for a tendency to "micro-manage".
Anti-capitalism protesters camping in the Octagon refused a
Dunedin City Council request to leave yesterday and say they
may remain for weeks.
Dunedin Hospital patient meals were "almost a reason to go to
hospital", chef Bevan Smith declared yesterday after tasting
A Southern District Health Board proposal to set up a Maori
health "directorate" is an example of a "management fad" for
reorganising staff, a Dunedin union organiser says.
A mental-health first-aid programme launched this week is a
New Zealand first, its Dunedin developer says.
Spud lovers can relax.
Embrace the "messiness of life" and drop "arbitrary" health
targets, a healthcare improvement expert from the United
States told clinicians, managers, and board members at
Dunedin Hospital yesterday.
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