The Southern District Health Board could outsource more operations as part of plans to fast-track the first stage of the new Dunedin Hospital.
The Government has fast-tracked part of the new Dunedin Hospital build, as details of the $1.4 billion project emerge.
Construction of the new Dunedin Hospital in two stages may mean New Zealand contractors could build the facility.
All you need to know about the "significant" change to Dunedin Hospital rebuild plans announced today.
The Government has fast-tracked part of the new Dunedin Hospital build, but it appears the overall build time will be extended.
An electricity substation on the site of Dunedin's new hospital needs to be relocated, a process expected to cost $15 million and take three years.
The new Dunedin Hospital build seems set to become more complex and more costly, after drilling on the site found soils that will make the project more difficult.
The $11.6 million paid for the former Cadbury factory site for the Dunedin Hospital rebuild was a reasonable one, Health Minister David Clark believes.
Dunedin's hospital rebuild planning is ramping up as the Ministry of Health (MoH) employs a five-member project management team.
South Island iwi Ngai Tahu is taking an active role in discussions surrounding Dunedin's new hospital build and wider investment opportunities in the city.
A group of health professionals guiding the clinical direction of the new Dunedin Hospital has two new faces at the helm.
Major industry players, government organisations and others have come together to deal with an expected serious shortfall in skilled labour needed for the new Dunedin Hospital build.
Dunedin's new hospital will have two main clinical buildings - one an out-patient facility for elective and planned operations, the other for in-patient and emergency procedures.
The main contractor of Dunedin's $1.4 billion hospital-build is set to be an offshore construction company, but with the proviso of plenty of subcontract work for local and national companies.
Dunedin Hospital's new $14.8 million intensive care unit redevelopment is starting to take shape.
Construction managing director Anthony Leighs describes plans to train hundreds of Dunedin residents as tradespeople to build the new hospital as "fabulous in principle".
New Zealand firms could take on the $1.4billion Dunedin Hospital build, but only if the job was split up into smaller contracts, Leighs Construction general manager Anthony Leighs says.
Dunedin people are set to be trained to build the city's new hospital as the group co-ordinating the construction considers how to attract the more than 1000 people needed.
The Government bought a king-sized block of the new Dunedin hospital site yesterday, buying the former Cadbury chocolate factory site from Mondelez.
The first block of land for the new Dunedin hospital has been bought, with the former Cadbury site now owned by the Government.