The University of Otago student who set up a notorious social
media page - where explicit images of young women were shared
without their consent - proved media-shy himself yesterday.
A devastated family is demanding answers after a heavily
pregnant mother of three died in Dunedin Hospital two days
after she was sent home from Southland Hospital still
complaining of chest pains.
A box containing an old train set - and what was believed to
be a corroded mortar bomb - triggered a major police callout
in central Dunedin yesterday.
Kees Meeuws has no plans to stop getting ta moko.
The driver of a rural post vehicle which crashed into a
locomotive at a South Otago level crossing yesterday had an
''extremely lucky escape'', police say.
Young couples desperate to get on the property ladder are
moving south. And no wonder.
Trust and confidence in Southern police is the highest in the
country at 83%, according to a recent survey.
A phone call from a person concerned that a man might be
armed with a firearm resulted in the arrest of two men in
Crystal meth and a large quantity of LSD were seized by
police in an armed search warrant executed in Invercargill
A horrified caller contacted police after seeing a dog being
dragged by a ute around a Dunedin suburb yesterday.
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