The union representing Cadbury workers and a Labour MP have questions after Mondelez announced it could not find anyone to make Kiwi sweets in New Zealand.
An 88-year-old with multiple sclerosis will be a first-time protester outside the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society in Dunedin tomorrow.
A group of members is seeking to oust the Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society executive committee amid claims of bullying.
A response of more than 40,000 signatures to a petition calling for a mental health inquiry has overwhelmed its Dunedin organiser.
The University of Otago council has approved an 8% hike in the compulsory service fee, and a 2% increase in course fees.
Seven counsellors could be laid off in a proposed shake-up of the University of Otago's mental health service.
Southern District Health Board bosses were warned last year prostate cancer wait times were "not pretty" and could become public.
A two-month intensive outsourcing programme will clear the biggest waiting lists at Southern District Health Board but change is needed so they do not build up again, a senior visiting health...
The senior doctors’ union is urging New Zealand First to make good on a campaign promise and use its leverage to halt National’s plan to privatise the Dunedin Hospital rebuild.
"Blitz lists" of prostate cancer surgery will be performed on weekends amid a wider recovery plan by the Southern District Health Board to deal with surgery delays.
A review highlighting long wait times for prostate cancer treatment should have been given to them last year, the SDHB's chief executive and commissioner say.
The PSA says 10% of Southern District Health Board positions are kept vacant to save money, at a time when staff are ''desperate for some relief''.
Dunedin has ''returned to form'' in giving Labour a strong party vote, political commentator Chris Trotter says.
A Dunedin city councillor has labelled National List MP Michael Woodhouse "desperate'' for lashing out at critics after losing the party vote in Dunedin.
A decision to exclude the University of Otago from the Dunedin Hospital rebuild was queried by Treasury, advice released under the Official Information Act reveals.
Dunedin has sent a strong message to Michael Woodhouse and the National Party, Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says.
There was a sense of vindication and even triumph for Labour’s Dunedin MPs on Saturday when the city went decisively back to Labour.