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Hundreds Of Radiography Patients Add To Backlog After Strike

Hundreds Of Radiography Patients Add To Backlog After Strike

Hundreds of patients have added to the backlog of people waiting for images and surgery during a national radiographers' strike.

Hospitals Coping With Radiographers' Strike

Hospitals Coping With Radiographers' Strike

Auckland, Sept 4 NZPA - Christchurch radiographers have abandoned strike action following a massive earthquake in the South Island this morning.

Thousands Of Patients Affected As Hospital Staff Up The Ante

Thousands Of Patients Affected As Hospital Staff Up The Ante

Wellington, Aug 30 NZPA - Industrial action by hospital workers is expected to affect thousands of patients around the country over the coming weeks as elective surgery is cancelled, surgical bookings postponed, and some emergency services limited.

Strike Action Forces Elective Surgery Cancellations

Strike Action Forces Elective Surgery Cancellations

Waikato DHB will postpone some surgical bookings to cope with next Tuesday's nationwide strike by union staff who provide x-ray, scans and other radiology services.

The strike affects all Waikato DHB hospitals including Waikato, Thames, Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui.

Tauranga Hospital Emergency Department Refurbishment Includes Latest Resuscitation Equipment In New Zealand

Tauranga Hospital Emergency Department Refurbishment Includes Latest Resuscitation Equipment In New Zealand

The recently renovated Emergency Department (ED) at Tauranga Hospital includes three resuscitation bays, one procedure room and an isolation room. The renovations are designed to assist the treatment of critically injured people.

Greens: Minister Needs To Listen To Health Sector Not Bully Them

Greens: Minister Needs To Listen To Health Sector Not Bully Them

Tony Ryall's call for cuts at Wellington DHB, despite the CE's resignation because further cuts will damage health services, shows his contempt for advice from the health sector, the Green Party said today.

Cycling World Cup In Balance After Cameron Cole Breaks Wrist

Cycling World Cup In Balance After Cameron Cole Breaks Wrist

A small crash in the mud at Champry, Switzerland has left Maxxis-Rocky Mountain team rider Cameron Cole, 22, with a broken scaphoid in his right hand, derailing his UCI World Cup downhill campaign for 2010.

Woman's Arrest For Drugs Should Be Deterrent To Others

Woman's Arrest For Drugs Should Be Deterrent To Others

A significant find of cannabis in the vehicle of a visitor to Auckland Central Remand Prison (ACRP) this week should act as a deterrent to other says Prison Manager Grace Smit.

Container Cells Open For Business At Rimutaka

The much talked about container cell unit at Rimutaka Prison was officially opened today along with the new gatehouse and visitor centre facilities for the site.

Tim Brown Desperate To Score A Goal In The World Cup

Tim Brown Desperate To Score A Goal In The World Cup

By Ian Stuart of NZPA

Auckland, May 29 NZPA - All Whites vice-captain Tim Brown says he is desperate to score a goal in the World Cup in South Africa and hopes to be back in the gym tomorrow or Monday, four days after surgery on his injured shoulder.

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