An Otago Professor of General Practice says New Zealand’s primary healthcare system will undergo huge changes over the next 20 years, which will require a strong underpinning of scientific research.
The moving story of a Dunedin soldier in WW1 is being turned into a picture book by this year’s Children’s Writers in Residence
A new national brain research initiative intended to help New Zealanders age well with a healthy brain was launched simultaneously in Auckland and Dunedin this morning.
Body Glove ski pants, size XS, grey camo design, worn once in as new condition.
Cute black and white male kitten needing a good home – approximately 15 weeks old, full of character and fun.
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Thursday, 12 March 2015
A Panel has been convened to review the Department of Primary Health Care and General Practice, Wellington.
Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history
Various modern languages have come and gone from the Otago curriculum over the years and their fortunes show a fascinating …
'Smart' drugs not such a clever move - research
27 May – ODT
France takes a bite out of food waste
26 May – 3 News: Paul Henry Show
Native Affairs - Brainy Doctor
26 May – Maori Television
Students socialise between lectures at the University of Otago in 1949.
Under the moniker little minx, Student Health Services medical receptionist Joanna Livingston is part of a handmade revolution of sorts in New Zealand.