An annual party at a sponsored student flat has been cancelled after more than 3000 people indicated they would attend.
Deliberately-lit property fires in the student quarter could kill someone, a detective investigating the case warns.
A fugitive couple on the run from police sold their getaway vehicle in Dunedin, the man offering a $50,000 bounty for their capture says.
A serial burglar in Dunedin is forcing aluminium windows and doors and stealing valuables as the occupants sleep.
Two people have been injured in a serious crash involving a car and truck.
A truck driver feared someone could be killed in a horrific crash at East Taieri yesterday.
The Alexandra man who fell from a moving vehicle last week has died.
A swastika was painted on a headstone and two other headstones were knocked over and broken in an anti-Semitic attack at a Dunedin cemetery.
A contractor has reportedly refused to clean Hyde St due to the amount of smashed glass strewn in the notorious party street in Dunedin's north end at the weekend.
A Dunedin publican, David ''Murdoch'' Miskimmin, is offering a $1000 reward for the arrest of the ''scumbag'' who stole thousands of gold coins from his pokie machines.
Two men have been taken into custody after armed police were called to a street fight in Dunedin this afternoon.
A petrol pump attendant has been hailed a hero after extinguishing a burning woman in Dunedin last night.
An Air New Zealand plane was struck by lightning as it approached Dunedin yesterday.
Green means go, red means stop, and down certainly means out.
It was a happy St Patrick's Day at the Mornington Tavern last night for publican David ''Murdoch'' Miskimmin.
A Queenstown rental car manager is pleased others in the industry have taken his company's lead to prevent carnage on the country's roads.
No taxpayer funding went towards the final payout for controversial departing X Factor judges, as New Zealand On Air confirms the show will not be funded next year. NZ On Air paid Mediaworks $1.6 million for the series last year, and $800,000 for this year, but confirmed yesterday it would not be funding the show next year.
Bike? Check! Helmet? Check! Sunscreen? Check! Clothes? No!
The annual Dunedin Trolley Derby has hit the skids.
The suitcase is packed, and Douglas Clark is ready to go. The Dunedin man is set to fly to Vanuatu today in his capacity as a disaster response co-ordinator with the Red Cross.