A Dunedin city councillor has backed down from his blockade.
Drunken, bullying young people have prompted authorities and
restaurants to clamp down on BYO drinking sessions in
Police believe another teen may have been involved in the
string of petty crime which plagued Abbotsford and Green
Island in recent weeks.
A Portobello Rd resident is threatening legal action against
a Dunedin city councillor amid claims of what he calls
''bullying'' in a neighbourhood dispute.
The number of abortions performed on Southern women increased
between 2011 and 2013, bucking the national decline in the
The mother of slain siblings Bradley and Ellen Livingstone
refuses to accept that authorities could not have saved her
Abbotsford continues to be plagued by petty crime.
A dysfunctional and uncaring culture at the Otago Corrections
Facility meant Jai Davis' death went unnoticed for more than
five hours after he became unconscious from a drug overdose,
Coroner David Crerar has found.
No police officers were stood down or dismissed over their
failings in the Livingstone case.
A Coroner has criticised police and the Department of
Corrections for their roles in the death of remand prisoner
Jai Davis at a South Otago jail.
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