Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

AOS called to Sth Dunedin house

AOS called to Sth Dunedin house

The Armed Offenders Squad was called to a South Dunedin house last night.

56 jobs to be slashed from Invermay

56 jobs to be slashed from Invermay

The Government has approved a plan to slash 56 jobs from Dunedin agriculture research facility Invermay.

Delta ordered to pay over worker's fall

Delta ordered to pay over worker's fall

Dunedin City Council-owned company Delta has been fined and ordered to pay reparation to a worker who fell six metres after low voltage arcing on lines he was working on in Cardrona.

Parents may have to top up school budgets

Parents may have to top up school budgets

Families may have to pay more as schools face an operations grant freeze that threatens pupils' education.

'Bus buddies' proposed to make service more friendly

When Dunedin's proposed central bus hub is eventually established, some "bus buddies'' could be there to help.

Not guilty of arson and threats

A former South Otago sharemilker has been acquitted of burning down sheds on his former employer's property more than two years ago and making threats against seven people last year.

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