An Invercargill forestry worker has been charged with string of driving offences after a police chase through South Dunedin on Saturday.
Dunedin police are investigating whether the man responsible for shutting down much of the central city due to a bomb scare on Friday is criminally liable.
The proportion of southern prisoners failing drug tests has spiked despite the national number continuing to dwindle.
The discovery of a suspicious package, accompanied by a worrying note, caused much of the central city to grind to a halt for several hours yesterday.
An Otago Peninsula resident is counting his blessings after his yacht was left undamaged when it was swept on to rocks at Broad Bay during Tuesday night's stormy conditions.
The Police Association has criticised the Government's decision to reject the majority of the law and order select committee's recommendations on gun control.
Police are offering cash rewards for anyone who provides information which leads to the prosecution of those selling black market tobacco.
The pride of the North have roared into the Edinburgh of the South and are feline optimistic about a win — that ain’t lion.
Lions loosie James Haskell was not giving away any game plans for the team’s match against the Highlanders tomorrow — but we did get an insight into his love life.
Lions fan Carolyn Duimstra, of Auckland, was thrilled to meet coach Warren Gatland when the team landed at Dunedin Airport on Sunday afternoon.
Emergency services are waiting for a salvage team and a crane to help lift a fuel tanker after an early morning crash on a West Coast highway.
The next generation of the Dunedin sound stormed the stage at last night’s Smokefreerockquest Dunedin heats and Taieri College college proved to be the school of rock.
The Dunedin City Council has unveiled its plans for a $7 million project to improve cycleways in the city.