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Look at audit, disposal policies

Look at audit, disposal policies

The Dunedin City Council is continuing to close the gaps in its defences in the wake of the $1.5 million Citifleet fraud.

Hearing begins on Northlake

Hearing begins on Northlake

The question of whether Wanaka needs another 1500 sections ''goes to the heart'' of an Environment Court appeal being heard in Wanaka this week.

Younger worker shortage warning

Younger worker shortage warning

Southland's workplaces may not be showing it yet, but consultant Dr Natalie Jackson is warning young workers will soon be in short supply in the province.

Officer savaged by pitbull

Officer savaged by pitbull

A policeman suffered numerous bite wounds to his head and cuts to his face in an "appalling" unprovoked attack by a man's pitbull dog in Foxton yesterday.

MPs' pay move 'best option'

MPs' pay move 'best option'

Prime Minister John Key's move yesterday to cancel the latest MP pay increase and rein in future rises won the support of the Green Party but no comments from Labour.

Stead's mission to help farmers

Stead's mission to help farmers

Angela Stead knows how to cook a good lamb roast.

British police charge 10 in child sex probe

British police charge 10 in child sex probe

Police in Britain say they have charged 10 men with sexual offences against children and adults, part of a wider investigation into child sexual exploitation in the northern English town of Rochdale.

Three dead in Queensland shooting

Three people have been shot dead at a property on Queensland's Darling Downs, police say.

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