Police

I don't blame police: driver

I don't blame police: driver

A Dunedin driver who lost his leg after his truck collided with a cow holds no grudge against police.

Waimate woman may be third victim

Waimate woman may be third victim

A Waimate woman is thought to be one of three women allegedly seduced and then swindled out of money and possessions by an online dating fraudster.

Disqualified teen's driving irks police

A disqualified teen driver's decision to flee police, sparking a pursuit through central Dunedin, has angered police.

Police want liquor ban area extended

Balclutha's liquor ban area could be extended after police voiced concerns about groups of people drinking in the town.

A half-hearted apology

A half-hearted apology

The Police Commissioner-in-waiting, Mike Bush, has begun poorly with his ''apology'' over remarks made last year in a funeral eulogy for retired detective inspector Bruce Hutton.

Police defend prevention policy

Police defend prevention policy

The Southern district's top policeman has rejected a claim police are not attending smaller crimes as the organisation undergoes major changes.

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.

Crash likely from hitting wrong pedal

Crash likely from hitting wrong pedal

An out-of-control car crashed into the Queenstown Playcentre playground yesterday. No children were at the playcentre, which was closed for Waitangi Day.

Thieves raid country golf clubs

Thieves raid country golf clubs

Golf course clubs in the South are being targeted by thieves on the hunt for ready cash.

Offer to fix car windows

The wheelchair-bound woman whose car was stolen while she was in hospital is grateful for offers to repair the windows of her damaged vehicle.

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