A leaked report into the Dunedin City Council's Citifleet
fraud sheds new light on a tangled web of car buyers, but
significant questions remain. Chris Morris reports.
Dunedin police will be out in force to keep tonight's
post-match revelry in check.
Council cars bought and sold within days, and handfuls of
cash that disappeared without trace are detailed in
Deloitte's full report into the $1.5million Citifleet fraud.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary staff are pulling out all the stops,
and applying ''ingenious'' methods to track down a trap-shy
stoat that resulted in kiwi chicks being shifted from the
Deborah Manning's ''a-ha'' moment came while reading the
Wayne ''Tubby'' McFadyen says he has nothing to hide.
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