Imprisoned Dunedin fraudster Barry Kloogh has partially succeeded in his appeal against sentence for stealing more than $12 million from his former financial advice clients.
Disgraced financial adviser Barry Kloogh should have been given more credit for coming face to face with the people whose life savings he stole, his lawyer has argued.
A hypothetical Covid-19 case at the Rhythm and Alps music festival in Wanaka is to be played out by Southern health officials today as they prepare to keep the region disease-free this summer.
The sentence imposed on fraudster Barry Kloogh for stealing more than $12 million from his clients was manifestly unjust, his lawyer argued in the High Court at Dunedin today.
If all you want for Christmas is your two front teeth — and all the rest of them, for that matter — the University of Otago Dental School has a deal for you.
Financial issues continue to beset the Southern District Health Board, which has had to submit new forecasts to the Ministry of Health after rising clinical costs and Covid-19 expenditure mean it...
There will never be another academic on campus like Jim Flynn, University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne says.
A controversial change in how Dunedin Hospital will treat emergency patients has been approved by the Southern District Health Board.
There are many milestone moments as a political career comes to a close when you look at something or someone and realise "it really is over".
Mike Houlahan explores how lessons from lockdown are changing how doctors see their patients and having a lasting impact on healthcare in the South.
New Health Minister Andrew Little yesterday had his first glance at the biggest capital project on his books, the new Dunedin Hospital site.
A haven for those in distress expanded its therapeutic community yesterday, when Ashburn Clinic opened its new Gwen Wilson Unit.
Dunedin's new CT scanner will be sited in the radiology department, the Southern District Health Board decided on Tuesday.
A record-equalling number of reported medical mishaps in the South in the past year included the death of a new-born baby after delays in transferring them.
A challenging year for healthcare services has been reflected in a rise in reported adverse events, the Health Quality and Safety Commission says.
District health board rosters for the holiday period have been drafted to have clinicians available for any southern incursion of Covid-19.
Staff are unusually fatigued and feeling under greater pressure than usual, the Southern District Health Board was told yesterday.