Timothy Brown

Tensions still high about shark diving

Tensions still high about shark diving

Shark cage diving operators say they are not concerned New Zealand First MPs are calling for a moratorium on their practices at Stewart Island.

Dry conditions start to bite

Dry conditions start to bite

After a bumper start to the season, Taieri farmers and contractors are starting to feel the heat.

Baldwin St stars in Japanese TV show

Baldwin St stars in Japanese TV show

Two Dunedin girls have become unwitting Japanese television stars.

Police say no evidence dog taken for fighting

Gore police are no closer to solving the case of a stolen and brutally mauled dog.

Rain not enough for relief

Rain not enough for relief

The little rain that fell yesterday has done little to alleviate the risk of fire and drought in Otago.

Kitchen savings under wraps

Hospital kitchen workers are frustrated at the lack of information on proposed cost-cutting at Southern hospital kitchens.

Blitz catches 15 culprits in 45 minutes

Blitz catches 15 culprits in 45 minutes

Dunedin police are disappointed by the poor driving displayed by central city motorists yesterday during an early morning red light and cellphone blitz.

Dog stolen from SPCA found with bad injuries

A stolen dog was found by Gore SPCA staff mauled and fighting for her life.

Suppression breaches 'often inevitable'

Suppression breaches 'often inevitable'

The difficulty of maintaining name suppression in high-profile instances in the digital era was demonstrated in the case of a former Otago police officer, Associate Professor Selene Mize said yesterday.

Great times catching up at school's 150th anniversary

Great times catching up at school's 150th anniversary

It's been almost eight decades since Les Roughan was at school, but his memories of his time there have not faded.