Neurosurgery

And it is first past the post for the mayor

And it is first past the post for the mayor

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull might not have been near a racecourse in 40 years but it did not show when he raised his hand in triumph as he sped around Forbury Park racetrack during a celebrity dual-sulky race last night.

'Excellent' response for charity concert

'Excellent' response for charity concert

The musical director of a charity concert in Invercargill yesterday has described the response from audience and musicians as "excellent".

Autospectacular 2012

Autospectacular 2012

Scenes from the Autospectacular show of classic cars at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin on Saturday.

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Photos by Gerard O'Brien; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 

 

Malaysian students give all for Chair of Neurosurgery campaign

Malaysian students give all for Chair of Neurosurgery campaign

Association vice-president Eric Lim, who is also the show's producer, was proud of the efforts of the more than 100 cast and crew in mounting the show, in aid of the Neurological Foundation Chair of Neurosurgery fundraising campaign.

Hectic time for surgeon, family

Hectic time for surgeon, family

It is "very humbling" starting work as a neurosurgeon in Dunedin on the back of the huge public campaign to save the specialty, newly arrived English neurosurgeon Reuben Johnson says.

Pianist plays part for neurosurgery

More than $16,000 was raised for the Dunedin neurosurgery campaign in Arrowtown on Saturday night, making it the largest fundraiser for the cause in the Queenstown area.

Art auction boost for fund

Art auction boost for fund

The $3 million campaign for the Chair of Neurosurgery was given a $1500 boost from South Otago yesterday.

Delay in report frustrates family

Delay in report frustrates family

A two-month delay by the Southern District Health Board in reviewing what went wrong when a young man in a critical condition was assumed to be intoxicated has not surprised his mother.

Campaign total boosted

The organisers of a campaign to ensure Dunedin has world-class neurosurgery research and teaching staff are rapidly approaching their $3 million target.

Support for neurosurgery noted

Support for neurosurgery noted

Dunedin Host Lions Club sent out 6000 leaflets to Dunedin homes asking for second-hand records, CDs, DVDs, musical instruments and other music-related items.

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