50,000 Kiwis of all ages live with the consequences of stroke. New Zealand researchers have discovered that during the first few weeks after stroke, the ‘brakes are on’, reducing communication between areas of the brain. Brain Research Centre experts discuss what this might mean for people trying to recover from strokes.
Two years on from his appointment, Neurological Foundation Professor of Neurosurgery, Dirk de Ridder will provide an update on his innovative research work at the University of Otago Brain Health Research Centre and Dunedin Hospital, followed by morning tea and question time.
In the middle of October, Catalyst approached the Flag Consideration Office to see if we could get hold of the five proposed flags so that Queenstowners could see them flying before voting in the Flag Referendum. As of today (November 4), they are standing proudly outside Queenstown Events Centre, against the backdrop of the Remarkables. […]