No cuts or marks were noted on Robin Bain's hands following
his death because there were no cuts or marks, the Dunedin
pathologist who examined his body says.
Community concerns that a school pedestrian crossing was an
''accident waiting to happen'' have prompted the Dunedin City
Council to investigate.
Commercial printer Wickliffe has confirmed the loss of 19
jobs from its Dunedin operations.
Dunedin accommodation is filling up for October's Bledisloe
Cup rugby encounter, prompting Jetstar to add a late-night
flight and Air New Zealand to run extra services.
Some interim licences to import, manufacture, sell or
research psychoactive substances have already been granted,
including to applicants in Otago and Southland.
David Bain's compensation bid is one of three before the
Justice Minister, who also has the power to intervene in the
dozen royal prerogative of mercy applications, including that
of Teina Pora, a criminologist says.
Police have confirmed a Rolls-Royce found stashed in a
container is linked to convicted fraudster Michael Swann, who
paid a ''substantial fee'' for the rare vehicle.
A former Dunedin family's investigation has led to an
Australian coroner overturning a police ruling that Nadine
Haag's death was a suicide.
Dozens of claims relating to Taser injuries, including burns
and lacerations, have been received by the Accident
The Otago-Southland region has recorded the second-highest
loss of public service jobs over the past five years.
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