Police are appealing for help from the public after a woman
was assaulted and dragged along the ground in North Dunedin
at the weekend.
A surge in flu-like illnesses has swept southern Dunedin
schools in the past week, leaving hundreds of pupils at home
and health clinics overrun with patients.
Some residents are so sick of living in motels after flooding
which hit South Dunedin two months ago, they have gone back
to their flood-damaged homes.
Trail-blazing geological research which started yesterday is
expected to shed light on previously unknown earthquake risk
factors, including a possible ancient fault zone, under South
Multiple objections were raised to a Dunedin bar's liquor
licence renewal application yesterday amid scepticism over
the bar operator's insistence he was ''on a learning curve''
to bring the premises up to standard.
Hundreds of Dunedin City Council staff have received fraud
detection training, but more training is planned, as the
organisation seeks to avoid any repeat of the Citifleet
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