Port supermarket change to go ahead

Port supermarket change to go ahead

Action and support have not been enough to stop the closure of the New World supermarket in Port Chalmers, and its replacement with what residents say will be a higher priced alternative.

Woman's family seek sightings

Woman's family seek sightings

The family of missing woman Denise Potter were out on central Dunedin streets yesterday delivering leaflets in an attempt to gain any leads on her whereabouts.

Fleetwood Mac tickets gone in a flash

Fleetwood Mac tickets gone in a flash

Tickets to the Fleetwood Mac concert at Forsyth Barr Stadium sold out in minutes yesterday but a second Dunedin concert is unlikely, the promoter says.

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Licence opposed for overcrowding

Licence opposed for overcrowding

A bar owner fighting to keep his licence believed he was targeted by police because of his opposition to stricter alcohol laws, the Dunedin district licence committee heard.

Strip club licence bid refused

Strip club licence bid refused

The chairman of the Queenstown Lakes district's licensing committee has slammed a strip club's application for a special trading licence on Easter Sunday as ''lacking integrity''.

Property up moderately in Dunedin

Property up moderately in Dunedin

Three property reports were released yesterday, just before Easter, a traditionally busy weekend for property sales in parts of Otago. Business editor DeneMackenzie reviews the reports and their implications.

Lundy trial: New evidence fails to bring acquittal

Lundy trial: New evidence fails to bring acquittal

Thirteen years since his first trial, a host of new evidence did not change the result - Mark Lundy was guilty of the grisly murders of his wife and 7-year-old daughter.

Brownlee won't release Iraq mission details

Brownlee won't release Iraq mission details

Labour has attacked the degree of secrecy about the preparation of a New Zealand troop deployment to Iraq.

Woman killed in attack on Turkey police HQ

Woman killed in attack on Turkey police HQ

Turkish police shot dead a woman carrying guns and hand grenades and detained a man as they tried to attack Istanbul's police headquarters, officials and media say, the third attack on an official building in the past two days.

Dairy employment breaches head for court

Dairy employment breaches head for court

Action is being taken against 19 employers in the dairy industry for breaches of employment law, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) said.

Grandma, grandson stabbed to death in Melbourne

A grandmother and her four-year-old grandson have been found stabbed to death at a Melbourne home.

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