Improving housing and nutrition would do more good for
children than giving them free doctors' visits, Dunedin GP
Susie Lawless says.
Democracy must be extended to the workplace before big gaps
in income will change, Spirit Level author Prof Richard
Wilkinson told an audience in Dunedin yesterday.
The Green Party's top two MPs could be co-deputy prime
ministers in a Green-Labour government, co-leader Metiria
A handful of jobs are set to transfer from Dunedin to
Christchurch as a result of new management of the South's
breast-screening programme, Pacific Radiology Group has
A campaign to save the Dunedin-based National Poisons Centre
has struck a chord with parents, Dunedin North MP Dr David
Ross Home and Hospital, in Dunedin, is likely to be in
lockdown until Monday, following a gastroenteritis outbreak.
Complaints from Southern District Health Board staff about
strange smells in a dental unit were put down to it being
new, and nothing was done, the board has confirmed.
Dunedin Hospital has been hit by a ''perfect storm'' of two
different gastroenteritis bugs, patient services medical
director Dick Bunton says.
Academics whose work sparked worldwide debate about wealth
inequality will give a public lecture in Dunedin next week.
It is unfair to expect the cash-strapped Southern District
Health Board to find a million dollars to fix leaks at
Dunedin Hospital, Labour health spokeswoman Annette King
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