Work to demolish the last part of the former Aoraki Polytechnic building at the corner of Cumberland and St Andrew Sts in Dunedin resumed yesterday.
Dunedin Hospital Rebuild
The Ministry of Health has announced the make-up of the new executive steering group which will support the new Dunedin Hospital project through the next stages.
Outgoing hospital rebuild chairman Pete Hodgson has a simple explanation as to why his role with the project is changing: "I’ve never built a hospital and it’s important we engage people who are...
Dunedin's old Cadbury factory can be demolished to clear the way for the city's new hospital. The Ministry of Health has today been granted a resource consent to demolish several factory buildings and facades in Cumberland St.
Short-term funding will be needed to keep the Southern District Health Board’s almost $200million digital programme on track.
Demolition workers remove large concrete panels from the front of the former Wilson Parking building in Cumberland St on Saturday afternoon.
The challenges facing the new Dunedin Hospital are "no better or worse than they have always been", project steering group chairman Pete Hodgson says.
Delays and cost overruns on the new Dunedin Hospital project raise doubts whether the project will be completed to the size and scope planned, National Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse says.
The new Dunedin Hospital will be over budget and there are serious doubts whether the second of its two buildings will open on time, a Cabinet paper says.
Two methods of piling were tested at the new Dunedin Hospital site yesterday, and noise and vibration were measured.
It's amazing what young and inventive minds can come up with when they are unencumbered by limitations and budgets.
A trust that runs a sexual health programme for secondary school pupils has agreed to give up its logo, allowing the New Dunedin Hospital to keep its design, which is strikingly similar.
Fears demolition activity for Dunedin’s new hospital may harm neighbouring heritage buildings could be largely allayed before the matter goes to a hearing.
Demolition of another building to make way for Dunedin's new hospital will start next week followed by noisy pile testing.