The Government is no further ahead in deciding the fate of
Invercargill's state housing stock than when the sales
process collapsed in May.
Listening to victims of family violence formed an "integral''
part of the recommendations of a recent royal commission in
Australia, its chairwoman Marcia Neave told an audience in
When Carole Heatly was appointed, it was hoped the newcomer's
lack of loyalty would lead to "blood on the carpet'', in the
memorable words of a well-placed source.
Southern District Health Board chief executive Carole Heatly
has resigned from the embattled organisation.
The Dunedin medical establishment has been challenged in a
new report which takes aim at a claimed use of public sector
resources for research and private work.
Just six soldiers escaped injury out of more than 200 Otago
Regiment soldiers who took part in a diversionary raid on
German positions 100 years ago this week at the Battle of the
Education Minister Hekia Parata has defended a school digital
learning plan to industry leaders who say it will
disadvantage students who want to pursue an IT career.
Young people are missing out on mental health services in
parts of the South, particularly rural areas, a Southern
District Health Board review has found.
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