Extended highlights of the 1st XV final between Otago Boys'
High School and Southland Boys' at Littlebourne yesterday.
Police have been called in, and the Serious Fraud Office
notified, after the Dunedin City Council this afternoon
revealed the full size of an alleged $1.5 million fraud
within its Citifleet department.
Prime Minister John Key said abolishing the Maori seats would
rip the country apart and attract "hikois from hell".
David Cunliffe would like to remain Labour leader and take
the party into the 2017 election, even if the party loses at
the September 20 election.
Green co-leaders Russel Norman and Metiria Turei want to be
in a full coalition with Labour and have senior Cabinet
positions that reflect their party's priorities, social
justice and the economy.
Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says that Labour
ruling out the Internet Mana Party from ministerial posts
showed the importance of the Maori Party sitting at the
Government of the day.
United Future leader Peter Dunne is confident his
"flexi-super" proposal would be advanced in any third term
National Government without compromising John Key's promises
Otago Boys' High School's took on John McGlashan College in a
Highlanders First XV competition semifinal clash at
Littlebourne on Saturday.
Participants in a 'Zombie Walk' make their way along Stuart
St to the Octagon last night as part of the DunDEAD festival
taking place in the city this weekend.
Act leader Jamie Whyte says Christine Rankin's entry into the
Epsom election contest will have no impact because her
Conservative party appeals to simple-minded voters, not
educated Epsom voters.
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