The Southern District Health Board has announced it is going
ahead with a plan to outsource its hospital kitchens.
Up to 15 jobs are under a cloud as the Dunedin City Council
considers outsourcing part of its information technology
Otago Polytechnic is considering drug and alcohol testing for
most students and staff, after almost 100 engineering
students were tested for drugs earlier this year.
The ''massive lack of transparency'' around the future of the
historic Dunedin courthouse in Stuart St has been challenged
by Dunedin South MP Clare Curran.
A Southern District Health Board member has spoken out
against the kitchen outsourcing proposal, saying it will not
serve the interests of the health board or the community.
A sickening three-decade-long string of sexual offences
against often vulnerable boys has been documented in a High
Court judgement of the crimes of a man who committed his
offences in Dunedin, Palmerston and other sites around Otago.
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