A coroner's finding into the death of a former Dunedin woman
- whose family believe she was killed, rather than took her
own life - should be revealed next week.
Police are asking Green Island residents to be on the lookout
for any suspicious characters in the neighbourhood after a
series of daytime burglaries over the past week.
Dunedin police dog handler Sergeant Craig Baron is part of a
national initiative to train dogs to find large amounts of
Southern red-light runners have clocked up more than $160,000
in infringement fines in just 12 months.
A Norwegian hunting knife, FBI pen set, framed Warriors
jersey and Christmas cakes are just some of the items listed
on the police gratuities register.
A luxury car concealed in a container has been seized, but
Dunedin police say it is too early to confirm it belongs to
convicted fraudster Michael Swann.
Dunedin police are looking for this man, who allegedly
sprayed a can of deodorant into the face of a staff member at
the Regent Night 'n' Day store in Dunedin.
Southern police staff are trialling three new trouser styles.
Queenstown police dealt with several assaults at the weekend
in which the victims received facial injuries.
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