Otago Daily Times: Dunedin

Police silenced over driver ethnicity

Police silenced over driver ethnicity

Southern district police officers have been told to remain tight-lipped when asked about the nationality of drivers involved in fatal crashes.

Pact gagged about housing details

Pact gagged about housing details

Pact Group has been gagged from speaking openly about the Invercargill state house sell-off, but says more than one bank had been happy to finance the deal.

Police maintain presence around school

Police maintain presence around school

An unmarked police car patrolled the streets outside Fairfield School yesterday after a child was approached by an unknown man last week.

Peninsula home goes up in flames

Peninsula home goes up in flames

A house on the Otago Peninsula was "extensively damaged" by a fire overnight.

City reaps rewards of collaboration

City reaps rewards of collaboration

A new spirit of co-operation in Dunedin is beginning to bear dividends as organisations involved in everything from tourism to education and sport work together to help each other succeed.

Sand sausages late but will be stronger

Work to begin repairing sand sausages at Ocean Beach has again been delayed, this time because of poor weather.

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