Hamish McNeilly

Two seriously injured in Lindis Pass crash

Two seriously injured in Lindis Pass crash

Three people were taken to Dunedin Hospital, two with serious injuries, after a head-on crash in the Lindis Pass yesterday.

Woman injured as quad bike rolls

Woman injured as quad bike rolls

A teenage woman has back injuries after a quad bike rolled in South Otago.

Serious crash in the Lindis Pass

Serious crash in the Lindis Pass

Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash in the Lindis Pass.

Police asset seizures send message

Police asset seizures send message

The Minister of Police is warning ''crime does not pay'', with criminals having tens of millions of dollars in assets seized, including jewellery, farms, boats and motorcycles.

$131 million lies begging

Hamish McNeilly goes looking to share some Christmas cheer, with the help of the IRD, but finds it harder than he thought.

Student reunited with her stolen hard drive

Student reunited with her stolen hard drive

Christmas came early for a Dunedin student reunited with her stolen hard drive containing two years of research.

Public service jobs disappear in the South

Public service jobs disappear in the South

One in five public service jobs in Otago and Southland have gone since National came to power.

Filming incentives put stars in southern eyes

Filming incentives put stars in southern eyes

Stars of the Hollywood variety are aligning for Otago and Southland.

Major film-makers drawn to South

Major film-makers drawn to South

More than 400 films have been shot in New Zealand over the past 75 years - from Rewi's Last Stand (1939) to Z for Zachariah.

Dangerous drivers fined $150

Dangerous drivers fined $150

Drivers snapped failing to keep left on Central Otago roads have been issued with $150 fines, but their actions could have been deadly, police say.