Hamish McNeilly

Victims' mothers still fearful

Victims' mothers still fearful

The Dunedin mothers of two women who nearly died at the hands of their male partners still fear for the safety of their children.

Collins backs suppression choice

Collins backs suppression choice

Victims of sexual abuse should be allowed to have details of their case made publicly available if they wish, Justice Minister Judith Collins says.

Stolen plates used in drive-off

A licence plate stolen from a Dunedin vehicle has been used in a petrol drive-off in Christchurch.

Been and gone and back again

Been and gone and back again

It was more Mr Bean than Gone in 60 Seconds.

Neighbour's tip leads police to Brockville haul

A large amount of allegedly stolen property was recovered when police executed a search warrant at a Brockville house this week.

Hui to discuss land Bill

Those with an interest in Maori land are urged to attend a hui in Dunedin tomorrow to discuss new legislation, including how it may increase the productivity of their land.

Driver fatigue caused student's death, coroner finds

A road trip ended in tragedy for a University of Otago student last year.

London posting for officer

London posting for officer

Southland area commander Superintendent Barry Taylor has been appointed as the New Zealand Police representative to London.

Swimming pool issues being addressed during shutdown

Swimming pool issues being addressed during shutdown

The ongoing technical issues with the Balclutha Centennial Swimming Pool could soon be over, as the council closes the pool today for its annual maintenance and some remedial work.

Bluegrass out of time: commission

A pokie trust established to fund the racing industry has been shut down following revelations a racing identity covertly manipulated grants.