The Deloitte report into a more than $1.5 million fraud at
the Dunedin City Council revealed it went beyond the sale of
152 council-owned vehicles.
A weak internal culture at the Dunedin City Council allowed a
staff member to get away with spending $100,000 of
ratepayers' money on personal items using a council fuel
card, the company that investigated the fraud says.
A close watch is being kept on Otago rivers as they drop
steadily and little relief from rain is in sight.
Aoraki Polytechnic is exploring a merger with Christchurch
Polytechnic and Institute of Technology (CPIT) as it faces
another multi-million dollar deficit this year.
For strength and spring, the girls beat the boys in Dunedin
yesterday but the insects beat them all.
An Australian academic says quad bikes should be treated with
contempt, not respect.
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