Presbyterian Support Otago says it will be able to offer a
family violence service if required in the wake of the abrupt
closure of Relationships Aotearoa.
An Auckland call centre is being blamed by the Royal District
Nursing Service for problems and complaints in its home care
Four Dunedin staff will be out of a job when Relationships
Aotearoa closes its doors, probably this week.
New Zealand Post chairman Sir Michael Cullen has agreed to
check claims the state-owned enterprise is using zero-hours
A 17-year-old boy was in Dunedin Hospital yesterday with
serious injuries after a vicious assault outside a party in
North Dunedin on Saturday night.
New Zealand Post has denied claims it uses zero hours
contracts for some workers and that it is not honouring some
A St Kilda shopkeeper was shaken but uninjured after an
attempted aggravated robbery on Saturday night, Detective
Sergeant Rob Hanna said.
A search of Lake Wakatipu has been launched after an
emergency radio request for help.
Dunedin City Council staff have been given more time to
investigate a proposal to locate a South Dunedin library in
the South City Mall.
The Dunedin City Council has approved $245,000 of funding for
its new arts and culture strategy, and has appointed Cr Aaron
Hawkins to lead the body tasked with its implementation.
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