End of road for West Coast workers

End of road for West Coast workers

Fifty West Coast jobs are set to go, including 40 in Greymouth, when Sicon Ferguson closes its West Coast operations after missing out on the main state highway maintenance contract.

Concern for missing Dunedin man

Concern for missing Dunedin man

Police hold concerns for the safety of Dunedin man Jamie Davidson, who was last seen in the Macandrew Bay area about 9pm yesterday.

Bridge on funding short list

Bridge on funding short list

A multimillion-dollar bridge linking Dunedin's inner city and waterfront has been short-listed for Government funds.

Dunedin

Display first step in cable car restoration

Display first step in cable car restoration The push to return cable cars to Dunedin's High St is shifting up a gear as a new group prepares to launch a multimillion-dollar fundraising drive.

Tourists' rental agreements torn up

Tourists' rental agreements torn up

Rental agreements for two vehicles driven by Indian tourists were revoked within the space of an hour yesterday after police received reports of erratic driving on the Crown Range Rd near Queenstown.

ANZ found to have breached Fair Trading Act

ANZ found to have breached Fair Trading Act

A High Court judge has declared that ANZ Bank breached the Fair Trading Act for misleadingly representing interest rate swaps to some customers.

Schools advised to update sex ed programmes

Schools advised to update sex ed programmes

Schools have been formally advised to add lessons about consent and coercion into their sexuality education programmes for the first time.

Bribery claims over Saudi farm

Bribery claims over Saudi farm

A controversy over the spending of millions of dollars on a overseas businessman's farm in Saudi Arabia has boiled over in Parliament with accusations of bribery.

Anthrax sent to US labs for over a year

Anthrax sent to US labs for over a year

Two US Army facilities mistakenly shipped suspected live anthrax samples to labs in nine states for over a year, a US official says.

Wife 'planned Australian's Bali murder'

An Indonesian woman on trial for ordering her Australian husband's Bali murder did not act spontaneously out of anger, but planned the hit and stuck with the plan despite having time to change her mind, the prosecution has argued.

Syndicate content