Negotiations between the Southern District Health Board and South Link Health over their long-standing multimillion-dollar dispute have come to a standstill.
Dear John, It's hard isn't it, maintaining humility in the face of applause and adoring fans?
The Southern District Health Board is yet to receive a final report and recommendations on its long-running, multimillion-dollar dispute with South Link Health (SLH).
You know you are getting old if you remember taking any of the over-the-counter potions featured in this entertaining and informative book.
''Electioneering nonsense'' is how Health Minister Tony Ryall describes a call for scrutiny of his actions over the South Link Health funds dispute.
The Southern District Health Board's long-running multimillion-dollar dispute with South Link Health has been referred to the Serious Fraud Office, the board announced yesterday.
Three and-a-half years have passed since the Southern District Health Board called on the Ministry of Health to investigate its still unresolved multimillion-dollar dispute with South Link Health. The events are set out in the following timeline.
Three and-a-half years after the Southern District Health Board called on the Ministry of Health to investigate its still unresolved multimillion-dollar dispute with South Link Health, trying to extract official information on it is more farce than fact-finding, Elspeth McLean opines.
The Rolf Harris trial has brought renewed focus on sexual abuse by men in powerful positions and makes this updated publication timely in terms of reminding readers about our own country's chequered history.
Improved accountability for millions of dollars spent on district health board senior doctors' continuing education is being sought by Audit New Zealand.
Data accuracy problems which resulted in family doctors being overpaid by about $90,000 last year have been addressed, the Southern District Health Board says.
Historian Prof Linda Bryder uses the life of National Women's Hospital as a lens to view the history of reproductive health services in this book.
Even the punniness of sitting on a windswept tree stump in Blanket Bay knitting a baby blanket last weekend could not shake my autumn of discontent.
A push to help pupils from 250 low-decile schools get special NCEA exam assistance is being treated with caution by the Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand.
This year about 20 Wellington secondary school pupils with special learning needs will test new technology for delivering NCEA external examinations.
Audit New Zealand told the Southern District Health Board last year it should refer its long running multimillion-dollar dispute with South Link Health to police if it considered there was evidence of fraud.
Problems over access to colonoscopy in the Southern District Health Board could recur if staffing levels do not keep up with demand.
Dunedin Hospital might be a step closer to getting a revamped endoscopy suite, according to its gastroenterology clinical leader, but board management is tight-lipped about the matter.
No research projects involving newborn baby blood-spot cards have been approved since rules for managing the national card collection were introduced more than two years ago.
Size doesn't matter, but even in the softly lit bar, I couldn't help noticing it was bigger than mine.