Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Companies address fuel theft loophole

Companies address fuel theft loophole

A loophole which allowed a petrol station owner to covertly steal thousands of dollars worth of fuel, has been closed.

Yesterday, the Otago Daily Times reported on Mohammed Rizwan Din Khan Hussain (28), of Auckland, who stole fuel from pumps at Pak 'n Save in South Dunedin and a Chevron-owned Caltex truck stop in Fryatt St.

Six60 to perform at town hall in May

Six60 to perform at town hall in May

Dunedin-born band Six60 is swapping its old Castle St haunt for the Dunedin Town Hall.

Planner strikes a blow to proposal

Planner strikes a blow to proposal

Countdown is ''surprised and disappointed'' a Dunedin City Council planner has recommended resource consent for a $15 million Mosgiel supermarket be declined.

$14.6m grant, and 'more to come' for university

$14.6m grant, and 'more to come' for university

The University of Otago has received $14.6 million confirmation it's at the cutting-edge of health science research - and there could be more to come.

UN trip privilege for Columba girls

UN trip privilege for Columba girls

It is amazing what you can do in 24 hours when you have to.

Praise for council from outgoing manager

Praise for council from outgoing manager

Dunedin City Council manager Mick Reece says he is leaving an organisation ''in good heart'', despite enduring a brutal period in its history.

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