Hamish McNeilly

Southern police step up foot patrols

Southern police step up foot patrols

Southern district police officers are on the beat, after recording the largest increase in foot patrols in the country.

Hit-and-run victim wants driver off road

Hit-and-run victim wants driver off road

A cyclist who suffered spinal injuries following a hit-and-run wants the driver off the road.

Air NZ to look at flight schedule

Air New Zealand will examine flight scheduling following a meeting in which Dunedin Labour MPs raised concerns about it cutting a late-night service from Auckland.

Teacher under investigation was at school last week

Teacher under investigation was at school last week

The teacher at the centre of a police investigation was working at Otago Boys' High School until last week.

Ex-OBHS teacher investigated

Ex-OBHS teacher investigated

Police are investigating an alleged historic indecent assault involving a former Otago Boys' High School teacher.

Black spot intersections cost $20m

Black spot intersections cost $20m

Poor driving at 23 intersections across Dunedin, Oamaru and Balclutha has caused injuries, death and a social cost of $20 million over a five-year period.

Waitangi Day memorable experience

Waitangi Day memorable experience

Philip Kirby may have lived in New Zealand for just two days, but he has already had a memorable Waitangi Day experience.

City-Ngai Tahu good partners

City-Ngai Tahu good partners

The relationship between Ngai Tahu and the Dunedin City Council is ''blossoming by the day'', as their respective leaders discuss regional economic development, including the benefits and risks of offshore oil and gas exploration.

Whaling protest flagship to call

The flagship of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is heading to Dunedin to refuel before rejoining the fight against Japanese whaling in the Antarctic.

Government absence noted

Labour list MP David Parker took a potshot at the Government and Dunedin-based Cabinet minister Michael Woodhouse at Waitangi Day commemorations at Otakou marae yesterday.