Eileen Goodwin

Nurses' concerns revealed

Nurses' concerns revealed

More than half of the nurses in the Dunedin Hospital emergency department have been actively looking for a new job, a staff survey released to the Otago Daily Times reveals.

'Wonderful woman' celebrates

'Wonderful woman' celebrates

The secret of a long life is ''being pleasant to everybody'', says May Cuthbertson, who turned 100 on Saturday.

Labour promises city millions

Labour promises city millions

Labour, if elected, will invest millions in Dunedin manufacturing and fast-track the Dunedin Hospital rebuild in a bid to restore the city's fortunes, leader David Cunliffe promised on a visit to the city yesterday.

Entry-level job concern

Entry-level job concern

Dunedin is becoming a city of ''middle-aged, middle-class'' workers with a dearth of entry-level roles, Methodist Mission chief executive Laura Black says.

Clock glass job 'hair-raising'

Clock glass job 'hair-raising'

Fitting 100 individually cut pieces of French-made glass into the four sides of the Iona Church clock face was a nerve-racking job, says the ''elated'' specialist glazier who carried out the task.

ED nurse shortage claim denied

ED nurse shortage claim denied

The Southern District Health Board says it replaced senior nursing staff who left its Dunedin emergency department and rejects claims from a Labour MP who says the departures left it short of experienced staff.

Happy 40th: here's to good health

Happy 40th:  here's to good health

An innovative concept when it opened, the Mosgiel Health Centre celebrates its 40th birthday this month.

Friends' years of practice

Friends' years of practice

The launch 40 years ago was more than the start of Mosgiel Health Centre. It was the beginning of life-long friendships.

Whale Oil 'toxic rubbish': professor

Whale Oil 'toxic rubbish': professor

Paying to publish blog posts to attack public health advocates is to be expected, given the industries involved, says Prof Boyd Swinburn, an obesity authority who will speak in Dunedin today.

Health policies outlined

Health policies outlined

The Greens would not give free GP visits to all over-65-year-olds, as it believes in targeted assistance, Green Party health spokesman Kevin Hague told a conference in Dunedin yesterday.