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Community Consultation issue subject of Appeal

Monday, 11 June 2007, 11:01 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

The Napier Public Health Action Group does not accept Justice Heath's recent judgment on one of the two issues bearing on the DHB's attempts to sell the former Napier Public Hospital site. More >>

Napier Hospital Issue - High Court Showdown Looms

Friday, 9 February 2007, 9:19 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

On this coming Tuesday, 13th February, at the High Court in Napier, the Government will be forced to defend its actions in attempting to sell Napier's public hospital site, illegally, according to a health action group. This unprecedented action by ... More >>

Napier Hospital Hill Site

Friday, 25 August 2006, 9:39 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

The first steps in the High Court case being taken by the Napier Public Health Action Group against the Minister of Conservation, the Minister of Health, and the Crown Health Financing Agency were heard yesterday. More >>

"Sale" of Napier hospital site contested

Thursday, 10 August 2006, 10:35 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

The District Health Board's intention to continue with the sale of the Napier Public Hospital site, even though the legality of such a sale is the subject of a High Court case is no surprise. More >>

Napier Hospital Site

Wednesday, 9 August 2006, 9:56 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

Napier Public Health Action Group [NPHAG] has filed papers in the High Court challenging the sale of the Napier Hospital site, naming as defendants the Minister of Conservation, the Minister of Health and the Crown Health Financing Agency. Its spokesman Alan ... More >>

The Napier Public Hospital Site

Tuesday, 8 August 2006, 11:09 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

The Napier Public Health Action Group Incorporated is going to court over the pending sale of Napier's former public hospital. The Group is seeking a Judicial Review in the High Court on the legality of the Government's attempt to sell the former Napier ... More >>

Health Minister abuses her position

Tuesday, 13 September 2005, 10:03 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“Annette King has grossly abused her power as Minister of Health in the matter of the disposal of Napier Hospital”, said Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc). More >>

Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc).

Tuesday, 16 August 2005, 3:25 pm | Napier Public Health Action Group

Releasing the results of an enquiry to the Hawke's Bay District Health Board under the Official Information Act, Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc) chairman Don Stuart said today that one of the most urgent tasks facing any incoming government ... More >>

Napier’s Vanishing Public Health Services

Wednesday, 6 July 2005, 9:37 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“It is now certain that Napier City’s public health services are deteriorating”, said Don Stuart, Chair of the Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc). More >>

10 Years Of Shame And Hurt

Tuesday, 31 May 2005, 8:54 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“Members of the Napier Public Health Action Group are today wearing black armbands as they mark ten years of shame and hurt. The shame lies at the door of the Hawke’s Bay and national health authorities. The hurt and pain has been felt by the people ... More >>

Health Minister stuck in a ‘spin’ cycle

Monday, 16 May 2005, 10:07 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“The Minister of Health remiss in the ‘information’ she gives to Hawke’s Bay people”, said Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc). More >>

A case of déjà vu

Thursday, 12 May 2005, 9:52 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“Annette King has promised Wellington that it will eventually get its new hospital (Dominion Post, 10 May 2005) despite a projected 20 percent increase in costs; this is déjà vu for Napier residents”, said Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public ... More >>

DHB linen fiasco unnecessary

Thursday, 12 May 2005, 9:19 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“The regional hospital running out of linen (Hawke’s Bay Today, 11 May 2005) shows the folly of the DHB closing its own laundry”, said Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public Health Action Group (Inc). More >>

Help offered to Capital and Coast DHB

Monday, 9 May 2005, 10:06 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“There is a simple, cost effective solution to Capital and Coast DHB’s inability to finish its new hospital” said Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public Health Action Group. More >>

Napier: Sending an SOS

Thursday, 24 March 2005, 9:18 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

“In the event of a natural disaster, Napier city is defenceless” says Don Stuart, Chairman of the Napier Public Health Action Group. More >>

Hospital Acute Assessment Unit $9m blow-out

Friday, 22 October 2004, 3:02 pm | Napier Public Health Action Group

The Chief Executive Officer, Chris Clarke, and the Board Chairman, Kevin Atkinson should tender their resignations to the Hawkes Bay District Health Board over the huge cost blow-out over the construction of the Acute Assessment Unit at the Regional ... More >>

Future Risks For Public Health In Hawkes Bay

Thursday, 9 September 2004, 9:58 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

The recent debacle on the escalation of costs on the new Acute Unit at the Regional Hospital has raised some very important site issues, bearing on the very security of health delivery for the region as a whole. These issues are not new. They were ... More >>

Ambidextrous Ministerial Portfolios

Monday, 29 March 2004, 11:53 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

According to information held by the Napier Public Health Action Group Inc, the Attorney General, Margaret Wilson, carries the portfolio responsibilities for maintaining and protecting Public and Statutory Trusts. More >>

Clarke Pulls Wool Over Board And Media Eyes

Monday, 15 December 2003, 10:13 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

Over seven months ago, on 3 May, the Napier Public Health Action Group took to the District Health Board (with copy to the local MP) a list of serious problems regarding costs charged to people visiting City Medical at Wellesley Road for emergency treatment. ... More >>

Services Move To Wellesley Road Illegally Planned

Friday, 3 October 2003, 10:01 am | Napier Public Health Action Group

In a media statement of 30 September, Annette King states that the decision that no health services would be provided from Napier's Hospital Hill "was originally made in 1996, and there is no going back". She repeats that people have known ... More >>

 

 

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