Police have taken action against some of their own after
failing to protect Katharine Webb and her children, but those
involved have kept their jobs, Otago's top policeman has
The Warrington rocks could be gone within days if the Dunedin
City Council accepts the findings of independent experts.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis could be temporarily
stripped of some voting rights after misleading a council
subcommittee and erupting in anger at the council's chief
executive, it has been confirmed.
Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis is being urged by one
of his accusers to accept his behaviour is ''inappropriate''
and offer a genuine apology.
Job losses have been confirmed as Port Chalmers' supermarket
reinvents itself as a Four Square.
Mosgiel's Highland Park subdivision is racing ahead of
schedule as an influx of new residents to Dunedin helps fuel
demand for homes.
Promoters for some of the world's top musical performers say
Dunedin is now firmly on the radar as a destination for a
steady stream of headline acts.
An Otago Peninsula quarry operator found to be digging beyond
his boundary faces a public hearing to determine the future
shape of the operation.
Two men plucked from rough seas near Taieri Island yesterday
after clinging for hours to an upturned kayak are ''lucky to
be alive'', their rescuer says.
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