A report detailing claims of sexual harassment and bullying at a major law firm is "nothing short of abominable" the Otago Women Lawyers' Society says.
Technology already means people could become parents after their death, but New Zealand law needs to be reviewed to decide whether they should, an ethics committee says.
About 450 patients whose appointments were deferred due to the now-cancelled July 5 nurses strike are now having their arrangements rebooked by the Southern District Health Board.
Josiah Tualamali’i speaks for many communities on the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction — youth, Pacific Island, and Otago. He talks to health reporter Mike Houlahan about the panel’s work.
The first stage of the next planning phase for the new Dunedin hospital is nearing completion, Southern Partnership Group convener Pete Hodgson says.
Preparations are being made to ensure life-preserving services are maintained if nurses and other healthcare professionals take strike action on July 5, as scheduled.
The Dunedin hospital rebuild and other health building projects are to be scrutinised by the auditor-general.
All day talks yesterday between the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) and district health boards failed to resolve the ongoing contract dispute, leaving the possibility of a day-long...
The Southern District Health Board has extended its self-set deadline to apply for Dunedin Hospital’s radiology department to receive accreditation.
Employers should take a proactive approach to managing staff with multiple serious health issues, new research from the University of Otago suggests.
It did not take long for St John to decide Middlemarch couple Merv and Joan Wilson were volunteer material.
Peter Crampton, the outgoing University of Otago pro-vice-chancellor of health sciences and dean of the Otago Medical School, had big plans when he took over the roles seven and a-half years ago....
New Zealand needs to recognise and protect its health professionals, the University of Otago’s outgoing pro-vice-chancellor of health sciences Peter Crampton says.
If at first you don't succeed ...
The French rugby team arrived in Dunedin tonight and - two nights before their game against the All Blacks at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday - found themselves faced with another black-clad team.
A sharp decline in the number of people being diagnosed with HIV is encouraging, but it is too early to say whether that represents any sort of trend, scientists say.
A leather jacket is the most famous piece of Chills clothing, but a black jumper with a distinctive V design comes a respectable second.
New Zealand's health system is adept at dealing with individual issues but has made less progress in tackling long-standing or complex problems, a new report says.
The countdown to a nationwide nurses strike - the second ever - is about to begin after a pay offer from district health boards was firmly rejected.
Mike Houlahan reviews Brunhilde Pomsel & Thore D. Hansen's The Work I Did: A Memoir of the Secretary to Goebbels, published by Bloomsbury.