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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A Dunedin supermarket where four people were stabbed Monday is operating on reduced hours

    A Dunedin supermarket where four people were stabbed Monday is operating on reduced hours


    The inner city Countdown store only opened its doors again yesterday.

    Safety manager Kiri Hannifin says shorter trading hours - from 8am to 9pm ... will continue over the next few days to allow staff to settle back in.

    She says security staff will continue at the store over the next few weeks.

    Hannifin says they've been overwhelmed by the support shown.

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