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Survival mode: Why some rural emergency services are underthreat

Rural GPs and nurses are thin on the ground and the pressure on those trying to provide life saving emergency help is even more evident over the summer. RNZ's Otago/Southland reporter, Tess Brunton explores if they can continue as demand rises.

You can live stream or podcast this story from 8am, this Sunday here

Meet this week's reporter Tess Brunton
Tess Brunton crossed the ditch last year to work for RNZ as the Otago/Southland and Tourism reporter. She started her reporting career in Timaru, discovering a passion for sifting through council agendas and heading on the road for a good story, before swapping South Canterbury for Tasmania. But she returned for hiking in the mountains, radio, and to find out what this #dunnerstunner hashtag is all about.

You can catch more of Tess's stories here
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