The first big group of Cadbury workers will leave the Dunedin factory tomorrow.
Mary Gamble, a former Dunedin midwife and outspoken health board member, has died.
The University of Otago has spent $3.3 million on its controversial support services review.
A prominent textile scientist is questioning a University of Otago proposal to close its textiles centre, saying it plays a unique industry role.
Former health minister Jonathan Coleman has called Pete Hodgson’s appointment to the Dunedin Hospital rebuild a "serious error", and has claimed the former Cabinet minister is unable to make tough...
Health Minister David Clark has sacked the Dunedin Hospital rebuild chairman and appointed former Labour cabinet minister Pete Hodgson to lead the project.
An ''invisible'' leadership style at the Ministry of Health has been slated in a high-level report card.
The Dunedin Hospital emergency department is ''just not up to standard'' and patients are suffering, an ''exhausted'' Dr John Chambers says.
Not a single South Island member has been included in Health Minister David Clark's new top-level advisory group.
Disgraced former health boss Nigel Murray is claiming the credit for merging the Otago and Southland health boards, despite the amalgamation happening after he had moved on.
The country's top health official is quitting. Ministry of Health director-general Chai Chuah said yesterday he would leave early next year, less than three years into a five-year term.
More patients will be diverted from the ambulance service when a new triage model starts in the lower South Island.
A welcome cool breeze accompanied Santa when he appeared in the annual Christmas parade in George St yesterday.
A "pioneer" of the anaesthetic technician role was farewelled at Dunedin Hospital yesterday.
Prostate cancer was diagnosed in 24 men during the urology super-clinic, figures released yesterday by the Southern District Health Board show.
A rumour about an unsafe sterilisation practice being used during a urology super-clinic reflects resistance to change and outmoded systems at Dunedin Hospital.
A suite of reports written by consulting firms are still under wraps more than three months after the big announcement of the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
A man who permanently lost the sight in one eye because of follow-up delays at Southern District Health Board is disappointed many patients are still waiting.
Former Waikato health board chief executive Nigel Murray was a "disappointment" at the defunct Southland DHB, a former Southland board member says.
Dunedin Hospital urologist Kampta Samalia has accused his bosses of mounting a publicity stunt, criticising the use of a urology super-clinic.