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The report into Aishwarya’s death was given to her parents on Wednesday.

PCH boss, Health Minister stay on as report lays bare emergency department failures

Child and Adolescent Health Service chair Debbie Karasinski stood down on Wednesday, however chief executive Aresh Anwar said his offer to resign was rejected.

  • by Hamish Hastie
Aishwarya Aswath wanted to be a teacher and loved the news.

‘Confronting’ report into Aishwarya’s death finds she should have received better care

Health Minister Roger Cook provided a summary of report, which found Aishwarya succumbed to an infection related to group A streptococcus.

  • by Hamish Hastie and Lauren Pilat

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