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Coming down

Coming down

Work on the demolition of a Cerebos Gregg's building in Forth St, Dunedin, is almost complete.

Stacking up some sporting achievements

Stacking up some sporting achievements

Ben Lovelock and William McLauchlan are popular at home when it is time to put the dishes away.

Video: OBHS retains 1st XV crown

Video: OBHS retains 1st XV crown

Extended highlights of the 1st XV final between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' at Littlebourne yesterday.

$1.5m DCC fraud probe: police called in

$1.5m DCC fraud probe: police called in

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.

'Hikois from Hell' if Maori seats dropped

'Hikois from Hell' if Maori seats dropped

Prime Minister John Key said abolishing the Maori seats would rip the country apart and attract "hikois from hell".

Video: Cunliffe's sights set on long-term leadership

Video: Cunliffe's sights set on long-term leadership

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.

Video: 'We want senior Cabinet positions' - Turei

Video: 'We want senior Cabinet positions' - Turei

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.

Video: 'You have to be at the table' - Flavell

Video: 'You have to be at the table' - Flavell

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.

Video: 'We're helping Key get off his high horse' - Dunne

Video: 'We're helping Key get off his high horse' - Dunne

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 on superannuation.

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