Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Protest march over Trans-Pacific Partnership

Protest march over Trans-Pacific Partnership

Cool weather and the threat of rain did not stop more than 1500 people from marching on Dunedin's Octagon today as part of nationwide protest action against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).

Dunedin lawyer denies 46 fraud charges

Dunedin lawyer denies 46 fraud charges

A Dunedin lawyer whose company is in liquidation owing more than $250,000 faces 46 charges of tax fraud.

Woman appears in court after shooting

Woman appears in court after shooting

Police have begun a ''comprehensive'' investigation into yesterday's shooting in Purakaunui as a 34-year-old woman appeared in court in connection with the incident.

Crash couple reunited

Crash couple reunited

A British tourist has renewed his call for action from rental companies after receiving a heartfelt apology from the Chinese driver who hit him head-on in a crash near Queenstown.

Health board to fill in reporting gap

Health board to fill in reporting gap

The public will soon be better informed when things go seriously wrong at the South's hospitals, Elspeth McLean writes.

Council to recover $420,000 from land sale

The Dunedin City Council will recoup $420,000 from a land sale that helped settle a dispute with Dunedin city councillor Doug Hall.

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