A guilty plea by the University of Otago in a health and
safety case has led to $60,000 reparation for a woman left
permanently disabled, and a promise to fix a building the
Dunedin District Court heard had caused serious injury.
A jewellery thief ran a red light, narrowly missing a bus and
pedestrians, as he fled a central Dunedin heist with a $2500
ring, police say.
Government ministers have largely ignored the Dunedin City
Council's request for dialogue concerning the future of the
city's historic courthouse.
Dunedin has to start making healthier choices, researcher
Cle-Anne Gabriel said last night.
The scope and cost of work required to bring Dunedin's
historic courthouse out of mothballs has been delivered to
Justice Minister Amy Adams.
A flu season with some ''horrific'' medical complications is
easing, Mornington Health Centre manager Jo Rowe says.
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