Dunedin Police are wanting to reunite stolen property with
its rightful owners.
A mum and toddler escaped a fire which destroyed their
vehicle in Gore today.
The Fire Service were called to three couch fires in the
student quarter over night.
A new book about the Bain murders has been withdrawn from
sale from a Dunedin bookstore.
A loophole which allowed a petrol station owner to covertly
steal thousands of dollars worth of fuel, has been closed.
Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy has declined to
comment on the issue of foreign drivers.
The owner of a Dunedin petrol station used his inside
knowledge to covertly steal thousands of litres of fuel from
Legal experts, police, the Ministry of Transport, the Rental
Vehicle Association and even Prime Minister John Key have now
warned against the practice of snatching keys.
An incensed Dunedin man took car keys from a tourist who had
stopped to take photos on Otago Peninsula, causing eight
vehicles to back up on the narrow road.
Unconnected calls to *555 on Saturday night were because of
''unprecedented demand'', police say.
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