Hundreds of Dunedin City Council staff have received fraud
detection training, but more training is planned, as the
organisation seeks to avoid any repeat of the Citifleet
Inland Revenue won't say whether it is investigating profits
made by key figures in the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.
The preferred site for Mosgiel's new pool is proving to be a
hot topic of debate.
A plan to create a new pedestrian-only space in the heart of
Dunedin's warehouse precinct has run into opposition from the
New Zealand Fire Service.
Dunedin's key tourist route along Otago Peninsula is
threatened by further slips, as the cost of repair work at
Turnbulls Bay hits $2.5 million, Dunedin City Council staff
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull concedes he got it wrong in comments
about the Local Government Commission.
Plans for a $20million, 235 room hostel are being dusted off
by Otago Polytechnic as it seeks to increase its
international student numbers.
Police search and rescue teams and volunteer firefighters
searching for a missing child near Middlemarch have found the
boy safe and well this afternoon.
A Hampden man escaped injury after the car he was driving
collided with a train this morning.
The 76-year-old woman who died after a head-on collision near
Queenstown has been named.
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