Power remains out across the West Harbour area tonight.
Armed police cordoned of a south Invercargill street this
University of Otago students involved in couch fires will
face the wrath of the courts and the proctor, police say.
Police have charged a man after they recovered a sawn-off
shotgun used in a Dunedin home invasion.
A man is to appear in court on a charge of aggravated
burglary, following an alleged home invasion.
Otago students buying illicit drugs online, wanting to make
quick money, have prompted a blunt warning from a chief
Customs officer: ''You will be caught''.
An elderly driver suffered a medical event moments before
accelerating, causing a vehicle to spin and a bus to crash on
its side, police say.
Hamish McNeilly profiles Te Tai Tonga, the southern Maori
electorate long dominated by the name Tirikatene.
A Dunedin student charged with nine drug related
offences has pleaded guilty on two cannabis offences
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