A letter threatening legal action if convicted fraudster
Michael Swann was not given a favourable parole outcome is
''outrageous'', and could harm his chance of an early
release, a criminologist warns.
A man who robbed the same Dunedin dairy three times may not
have waved a knife at his victims, but the presence of the
weapon undoubtedly ''inflicted terror'' on them, a judge said
Plans to rejig parking to improve the safety of cyclists on
Dunedin's main thoroughfares have been approved after many
questions and some criticism from city councillors.
The editor of University of Otago
student magazine Critic has stepped down, following an
employment dispute which led to police being called to the
office earlier this month.
Proposals will be sought from local Dunedin artists for a
sculpture to celebrate the Dunedin Botanic Garden's 150th
The Dunedin City Council took the unusual step of adjourning
its meeting yesterday as councillors acknowledged the death
of Dunedin philanthropist and businessman Les Cleveland.
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