The Dunedin Hospital doctor, whose name is suppressed, was
brought before the Medical Council's professional conduct
committee after the female patient complained about the
doctor's relationship with her former civil union partner.
Going by the post-match gloom it was tough to tell the
Hurricanes actually beat the Western Force 22-16 in
Donna Wilkins has seen it all before.
All power has been restored to the 12,000 homes in Cambridge
affected by the power cut, after a major explosion at a
substation late last night.
World No 1 amateur golfer Lydia Ko has kept alive her perfect
record of never missing a cut in a professional tournament.
A West Coast mother admitted to Grey Base Hospital for day
surgery suffered horrific burns during the procedure and has
been left with a significant permanent disability.
A group of 11 young schoolchildren have been busted consuming
cannabis at a Christchurch school.
The latest Roy Morgan political survey shows the support for
Labour and Greens has bumped up enough to give a
Labour-Greens coalition the seats it would need to govern.
Warriors' prop and second rower Steve Rapira is out for the
season after he ruptured the ACL in his right knee last
Small tornadoes may develop today as heavy showers and severe
thunderstorms are expected to hit the upper North Island,
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