Subdivision decision overturned by court

Subdivision decision overturned by court

The Environment Court has overturned a Dunedin City Council consent decision, meaning a developer can go ahead with his subdivision on the lower slopes of Saddle Hill, at East Taieri.

Craft knife scare at city Winz office

Craft knife scare at city Winz office

A 36-year-old Dunedin man may be charged after allegedly bringing a knife into the central Dunedin Work and Income New Zealand office.

'I've got a case for damages' - Hall

'I've got a case for damages' - Hall

Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall is threatening to take on the Dunedin City Council again, this time in a fight for more than $1 million in legal costs.

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New look for railway operation

New look for railway operation

Taieri Gorge Railways will roll down a new track this weekend, by rebranding as Dunedin Railways.

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

Burn-off could send TradeMe founder to court

A prosecution could be in the wind for the owner of Wanaka's Hillend Station, TradeMe founder Sam Morgan, after a burn-off on his property on Tuesday blanketed the town in smoke.

ACC profit $2.1b, more than halved

ACC profit $2.1b, more than halved

Higher claims in the year ended June substantially reduced the profit reported by Accident Compensation Corporation but the government entity still managed a surplus of $2.1 billion in the period.

Shooting drama shocks small Waikato town

Shooting drama shocks small Waikato town

Hours before he opened fire on police, the man at the centre of a shooting in a tiny Waikato village was going about life as usual.

Key spoke to blogger 'not as PM'

Key spoke to blogger 'not as PM'

John Key's conversations with blogger Cameron Slater were not in his capacity as Prime Minister, he said yesterday as he faced questions in Parliament for the first time over allegations made in Nicky Hager's Dirty Politics book.

Canada shocked by parliament shooting

Canada shocked by parliament shooting

Canada's capital has been jolted by the fatal shooting of a soldier and an attack on the parliament building in which gunshots were fired outside a room where Prime Minister Stephen Harper was speaking.

Three dead in Victoria neighbourhood dispute

Three family members have died after they were shot during a neighbourhood dispute at a rural Victorian property, police say.

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