Hamish McNeilly

Woman in intensive care after Dunedin crash

Woman in intensive care after Dunedin crash

A 20-year-old woman remains in Dunedin Hospital with serious abdominal injuries after a head-on crash on the Otago Peninsula on Saturday afternoon.

City's attractions to star in Tourism NZ website pilot

City's attractions to star in Tourism NZ website pilot

Dunedin tourism is ready for takeoff after the city's attractions were chosen for a pilot project being undertaken by New Zealand's official tourism website.

Teen hurt in Baldwin St bike crash

A 16-year-old boy who crashed into a car while cycling down Baldwin St on Tuesday night remains in Dunedin Hospital's high dependency unit for assessment.

21 students ride to races in trailer

21 students ride to races in trailer

Twenty-one students were removed by police after they were discovered crammed into an enclosed furniture removal trailer on their way to the Wingatui races.

Reports of peeping tom in campus area

Reports of peeping tom in campus area

People living in the University of Otago campus area are being urged to be vigilant after reports a man has been watching females change in their flats.

Kiwibank staff accused of racism

Kiwibank staff accused of racism

The actions of some New Zealand Post/Kiwibank staff have been labelled racist and insulting by the principal of a Dunedin-based Maori immersion school.

NZ police get 2874 speeding fines

NZ police get 2874 speeding fines

Fines have been paid for 1251 speed-camera infringements involving police vehicles in New Zealand over the past five years.

Cruise industry to create 190 jobs

Cruise industry to create 190 jobs

The burgeoning cruise-ship industry will create almost 200 additional jobs for Dunedin by next season - but future growth could be curtailed unless the industry is better catered for, a report finds.

New store owner claims intimidation by big rivals

New store owner claims intimidation by big rivals

The owner of a fledgling Dunedin grocery store with ambitious expansion plans says he has been subjected to intimidatory tactics from a major New Zealand-owned supermarket chain.

Fears over fewer police

Fears over fewer police

Community leaders are concerned police restructuring will make their areas vulnerable to criminals.