Harland rejects council criticism

Harland rejects council criticism

Dunedin City Council chief executive Jim Harland has hit back at criticism over the alleged $1.5 million Citifleet fraud, while refusing to accept responsibility for any failings on his watch.

Hiccup for Dunedin's 'City of Literature'

Hiccup for Dunedin's 'City of Literature'

Krakow has opposed Dunedin's bid to become a Unesco City of Literature.

I told the truth: driver

I told the truth: driver

Racial abuse will not be tolerated.

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Road options to be studied

Road options to be studied

The options for speeding up the widening of the low road around the Otago Peninsula, and how much that could cost ratepayers, will be studied over the next month.

Policewoman found guilty; remanded

Policewoman found guilty; remanded

A Queenstown policewoman did not deliberately lie under oath, Judge Tony Couch said yesterday.

Economic optimism post-rebuild

Economic optimism post-rebuild

There is a growing perception the economy is set to fall into a hole as the Canterbury earthquake-related rebuild stimulus fades but ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie disagrees. Business editor Dene Mackenzie reports.

Key gets better of debate

Key gets better of debate

Prime Minister John Key bounced back from a poor performance last week to get the better of Labour leader David Cunliffe for most of last night's leaders debate hosted by Stuff.co.nz and The Press.

Driver trapped after Opotiki truck crash

Driver trapped after Opotiki truck crash

A truck driver has been rescued after being trapped when his 18-wheeler rolled in the Bay of Plenty early this morning.

Agri-careers promoted

Agri-careers promoted

Agriculture is ''far more than milking cows and drafting sheep''.

More than 1m Ukrainians displaced by conflict

More than 1m Ukrainians displaced by conflict

More than one million people have been uprooted by the conflict in Ukraine, including 260,000 within the country where further mass displacement is feared due to ongoing fighting, the United Nations says.

Policeman charged over Sydney robbery

A suspended police officer has been charged, along with two others, over an attempted robbery outside a money transfer business in Sydney's west.

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