Two animal welfare advocates are to visit Waikouaiti's
Mainland Poultry tomorrow as the egg industry tries to allay
concern bigger cages for battery hens are still cruel.
Cage dweller Carl Scott is in good spirits, despite having
eggs hurled at him a couple of times.
Maori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples says the
controversial Rugby World Cup waka he is backing has support
Otago University Club member Aakash Chhibber donned Pacific
Island women's dress yesterday to highlight a petition
calling for action to protect women in the Pacific Islands
Wildly varying estimates
of how many people undergo "medical tourism" makes it
difficult to study, Dr Neil Lunt, of York University, told an
audience in Dunedin this week.
Leith House and Rest Home is no more, as its new owners have
given the rest-home a new name, and a plan to introduce
A Rarotonga Hospital nurse's visit to Dunedin's Mercy
Hospital may be the first of many exchanges between the two,
Mercy Hospital anaesthetist Dr John Hyndman says.
A specially appointed committee is preparing a plan for the
cash-strapped mental health sector, which includes
identifying "lower priority" services which could be cut.
iD Dunedin Fashion Week organisers are delighted more than
800 shoppers turned out yesterday to hunt for a designer
bargain at a pre-fashion week sale.
not be used by the Government as a "scapegoat" to push asset
sales and public sector cuts, Labour MP Lianne Dalziel told a
public meeting in Dunedin yesterday.
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