A woman has been left devastated after her beloved pet goat was allegedly stolen from its paddock, decapitated and dumped in Dunedin.
Passengers on a jetboat ride operated by Shotover Jet Queenstown on 2 January, between 9am and midday, need to isolate until they return a negative test result, the Ministry of Health said.
A Queenstown casino and hotel have been named as Covid-19 locations of interest by the Ministry of Health.
A person has been taken to hospital after a car rolled in Ravensbourne in Dunedin this afternoon.
Ground crews supported by helicopters are continuing to fight a large fire at Glendhu Bay near Wanaka tonight in windy conditions.
Two cars have crashed in the Cromwell Gorge this afternoon.
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Two people had to swim to safety after their boat capsized at Taieri Mouth, one of a pair of incidents at the notorious boating spot yesterday.
A Waitati cottage was destroyed in an early-morning fire while its owners were away on holiday.
A man who appears to have been squatting at a Dunedin house tried to pass it off as his bail address.
A man has been charged after punching a police officer in the face as she attempted to arrest him.
The lower Octagon is closed to traffic until tomorrow morning to ensure revellers can usher in the New Year safely.
The lowest number of Southern road fatalities in five years has come as welcome news to police.
The hard word has gone on parents as Wanaka police grapple with an increase in alcohol-fuelled issues following an influx of young people into the holiday hotspot.
A drunk man who claimed he had a gun in a Dunedin pub sparked a police callout yesterday.
An initiative aimed at tackling escalating late-night violence and drug use in Dunedin’s Octagon appears to be working well.
If anyone knows the value of rolling up your sleeves and getting stuck in, it is the team at Te Kaika.
A man wearing only his underwear who chased a pizza delivery driver down a Mosgiel street was later found to have firearms.
A woman had to be cut from a car after a crash in Dunedin last night.