Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Is Dunedin losing its religion?

Is Dunedin losing its religion?

The number of religious Dunedin residents has decreased, according to the 2013 Census, but it may not mean the end of religion, as Greta Yeoman discovers.

Questions still unanswered

Questions still unanswered

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.

Sanctuary determined to catch intruder

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 facility.

Losing trainees 'big blow'

Losing orthopaedic trainees at Dunedin Hospital is a ''big blow for the South'', Dunedin North MP David Clark says.

Long list of car deals

Long list of car deals

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.

Police promise vigilance tonight

Dunedin police will be out in force to keep tonight's post-match revelry in check.

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