Police could have stopped a drunk driver getting behind the
wheel before he went on to kill three young people in
Taranaki in 2005, the Independent Police Conduct Authority
One hundred and sixteen people were arrested in Dunedin
during the first ten days of this year, with 34 of them
during the weekend.
A 38-year-old male motorcyclist has been killed in a
collision with a car in the Waitomo district.
Police are targeting criminals in the drugs trade as part of
a clampdown on methamphetamine and drug trafficking.
Police investigating an assault on a 15-year-old girl in
Timaru last night say they are treating the incident as
serious, even though she was unhurt.
A 52 year old man from Palmerston North collapsed and died
suddenly at Lake Taupo this afternoon.
A 31-year-old Dunedin woman has been released from
hospital after a man attacked her in her home in Argyle St,
Mornington, late last night.
As Constable Jeremy Snow lay bleeding in a south Auckland
driveway after walking into a hail of gunfire early last
Tuesday, the names Len Snee and Don Wilkinson ran through his
Dunedin police are calling for people to "take it easy"
following a night of drunken disorder and assault in the city
Wounded south Auckland policeman Jeremy Snow will be off work
for months after he walked into a hail of gunfire in a
dramatic shooting in Papatoetoe, south Auckland, on Tuesday.
more roadtests & reviews
search cars for sale
Submit your news & photos - Login or
Opinion? Have your say - Login or Register
event or notice
Add a photo
Make ODT my
Otago Daily Times print and digital edition, The
Star - Dunedin, The News - Central Otago, The
Ensign - Gore, Southland Express -
Invercargill, Southern Rural Life - Otago and
Southland, The Courier - Timaru, Courier Country - Canterbury and
West Coast, Queenstown Times - Queenstown, Mountain Scene -
Queenstown, The Oamaru Mail - Oamaru, The
Greymouth Star - Greymouth, Hokitika Guardian - Hokitika,
West Coast Messenger - West Coast, The Ashburton Courier -
Ashburton, The News - North Canterbury, Extra! schools
Times South Canterbury