Eileen Goodwin

Nurses support Poisons Centre

The New Zealand Nurses Union has issued a position statement calling for Dunedin's National Poisons Centre to be saved.

Where now, South Dunedin?

Where now, South Dunedin? Just how the New Zealand Labour Party managed to lose the party vote in Dunedin South was asked many times after the 2011 general election.

Blue seat taking on a green tinge

Blue seat taking on a green tinge

Oamaru is the biggest centre in the super-safe National seat of Waitaki. The Otago Daily Times briefly visited this week to ask what was on the minds of voters.

Millions given for science projects

Millions given for science projects

Deriving edible protein from lower grade wool is one of six University of Otago projects to receive more than $10 million in science investment funding.

Loss of electorate area unlikely to affect Dean much

Loss of electorate area unlikely to affect Dean much

Eileen Goodwin turns the spotlight on Waitaki as the Otago Daily Times continues its series of profiles of the region's electorates.

New kid on Labour's block quietly, politely National

New kid on Labour's block quietly, politely National

The Otago Daily Times visits Palmerston where, thanks to an electoral boundary change, the rural town now finds itself in Labour territory.

Health board CEO to meet concerned doctors

Health board CEO to meet concerned doctors

Southern District Health Board chief executive Carole Heatly will spend three weeks in face-to-face meetings with senior doctors who have concerns about the organisation.

Health firms on notice to move

Health firms on notice to move

Southern Community Laboratories, the Dunedin Urgent Doctors and Accident Centre and the Urgent Pharmacy are on notice they may have to move from their respective premises in central Dunedin.

Felter thrives on uncertainty

Felter thrives on uncertainty

Not quite knowing how a garment will turn out is why she loves felting, designer Annette O'Callaghan says.

Doctor up against former tobacco company man

Doctor up against former tobacco company man

The Otago Daily Times is profiling electorates in the lead-up to the general election. Reporter Eileen Goodwin looks at Clutha-Southland.