An independent auditor has found "insufficient evidence'' to
back Dunedin city councillor Lee Vandervis' claim he paid a
backhander to a council manager.
sport in New Zealand is at a "pivotal'' stage and more needs
to be done to increase its presence in tertiary institutions,
the student voice for university sport in New Zealand says.
A postage stamp made from an All Black jersey by a Dunedin
print company came from behind to win the industry's supreme
award, the New Zealand Pride in Print.
Volunteershave failed to catch and relocate eight geese from
Watson Park despite a week-long time extension, so the birds
will be shot this week, the Dunedin City Council says.
Stephen Findlay, a 59-year-old Seacliff man charged with
murder, is likely to stand trial in the High Court at Dunedin
early next year.
Mosgiel police are still hoping the public can help them find
out who helped themselves to a large stack of firewood.
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