Every day, a Dunedin-based locomotive driver has a near miss
with a motorist.
Police have spoken to the man who set possum traps in the
Dunedin Town Belt.
All he wants is a second chance.
Thousands of dollars worth of gear -including tools, golf
equipment and even ice cream - was taken in a residential
burglary this week.
An offender wielding a metal pipe donned ski goggles to
protect himself from pepper spray as he advanced towards a
A Dunedin driver took on a police handheld laser camera - and
He has little to say, but this canine's actions speak louder
than words could anyway.
Took a scooter to the police station, nek minnit.
National MP Michael Woodhouse has slammed the defacing of
electoral billboards as ''a thuggish and ignorant act of
vandalism'', as opponents boast online about other signs to
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