An Environment Court appeal has been lodged against the
siting of the proposed new Wanaka police station.
Police are cold-calling recidivist drink-drivers in an effort
to reduce offences on southern roads.
Road spikes were used to stop a car in a police pursuit in
Dunedin yesterday morning.
Non-Sworn police staff in the Southern District are among the
first in the country to try a new corporate uniform.
Jake Wells does not remember his parents' car being stolen,
or the fact it was driven at up to 150kmh before crashing.
Police believe they have delivered a ''king hit'' to the
multimillion-dollar illegal cannabis trade in Otago and
Southland with the arrest of five people.
Burglaries of Dunedin schools have almost doubled in the past
year, prompting police and Neighbourhood Support to provide
strategies for keeping schools secure during holidays.
Queenstown police are seeking witnesses to a serious crash on
State Highway 6, near Glenda Dr, on Friday night.
"Alcohol abuse" was to blame for almost every arrest made in
Queenstown over the weekend, which included the
detoxification of a 40-year-old Queenstown woman so drunk she
could not stand or remember her address, police say.
Oamaru Police are on the look-out for a Mazda car with a
broken headlight and no manufacturer's badge.
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