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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The victims of last week's stabbings in a Dunedin Countdown say they're grateful for the support they've received

    The victims of last week's stabbings in a Dunedin Countdown say they're grateful for the support they've received


    Three people are still in hospital after the attack at the inner city store last Monday.

    Four people, including two Countdown staff, were seriously injured.

    In a police statement, they have thanked those who've offered messages of support -- as they begin the long road to healing.

    A person faces four charges of attempted murder and will be back in court next month.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Entertainment:
    Amelia Hamlin was gifted a diamond necklace by Scott Disick for her 20th birthday 8:00

    Living & Travel:
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    Business:
    The exhibitors are in place - and the gates are about to open at Fieldays 7:56

    Education:
    Universities will come together to discuss allegations of cheating 7:46

    Swimming:
    Seven maiden Olympians will represent New Zealand in the pool at the Tokyo Games 7:36

    Rugby League:
    Injuries could see Jazz Tevaga run at hooker in the Warriors' NRL match against Newcastle on Saturday 7:36

    Entertainment:
    Queen Elizabeth has been gifted a corgi by her son Prince Andrew 7:30

    Technology:
    Telstra, AGL, ANZ, Macquarie Group among employers making some workers pay for superannuation rise 7:26


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