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Petition To Parliament Over Southland/Otago Neurosurgery

Petition To Parliament Over Southland/Otago Neurosurgery

Wellington, Aug 25 NZPA - MPs, local government leaders and media from Southland and Otago joined forces in Wellington today as the fight to retain neurosurgery services in Dunedin continues.

Southerners To Take Petition To Government

Southerners To Take Petition To Government

Wellington, Aug 25 NZPA - Over 40,000 people have signed a petition seeking to retain neurosurgery services in Dunedin and Christchurch.

Ryall Deflects Questions On Neurosurgery Intervention

Ryall Deflects Questions On Neurosurgery Intervention

By Matthew Backhouse of NZPA

Wellington, Aug 18 NZPA - Health Minister Tony Ryall today deflected questions over whether he would intervene in the future of neurosurgical services in the South Island.

Ryall Should Stop Going In The Back Door, Says King

Ryall Should Stop Going In The Back Door, Says King

Wellington, Aug 13 NZPA - Health Minister Tony Ryall needs to talk to those affected by health sector cuts when he "sneaks" into hospitals, says Labour Party deputy leader Annette King.

Govt To Wait For Panel Over South Island Neurosurgery

Govt To Wait For Panel Over South Island Neurosurgery

By Kate Chapman of NZPA

Wellington, Aug 9 NZPA - The Government will wait to see what an expert panel decides for neurological services in the South Island rather than interfering, Prime Minister John Key says.

Dunedin Health March Attracts Thousands Ahead Of Review

Dunedin Health March Attracts Thousands Ahead Of Review

Wellington, Aug 6 NZPA - Thousands of people marched through central Dunedin today in a protest about the potential loss of neurosurgery services from the region, ahead of a report to the Health Minister this year.

South Island Can't Agree Over Hospital Services

Wellington, June 21 NZPA - Disagreement over which South Island hospital should host the mainland's only neurosurgical services has led to the matter being referred to an expert panel.