A Dunedin bar owner denies allegations he has left staff out
of pocket, or used gang members to intimidate rivals.
Southern District's new police commander wants his patch to
become the safest place in the world.
A Mosgiel school wanting to operate a fund-raising alcohol
tent has had its special application declined this afternoon.
A fundraising alcohol tent for parents at a Mosgiel primary
school fair has been opposed by health authorities, and will
be the subject of a special liquor licence hearing today.
Two compensation claims for wrongful conviction and
imprisonment have been declined.
victim of an attempted abduction in Dunedin hopes the public
will recognise a police sketch of the man ''to help get this
person get off the street''.
Police are tight-lipped on arrests made by 63 officers, now
the focus of Parliament going into urgency to pass a
retrospective law to validate their oaths.
People have been urged not to experiment with the
mind-altering plant datura, which police say is a ''shocking
The van used in an attempted abduction at the weekend had
been spotted in South Dunedin and the city's business
district, police say.
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