Three Dunedin students are facing disciplinary action for serious misconduct after a pipe band was subjected to vulgar abuse and alleged indecent exposure while in Dunedin for a competition.
Nearly two million people appear in a New Zealand police intelligence system with an alert against their name, inquiries by the Otago Daily Times have revealed.
An Otago second-hand dealer is defending his range of Nazi memorabilia and says he has sold several swastika badges since the Christchurch attacks.
A cyclist was taken to hospital after running a red light and colliding with a car in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
A truck transporting a house started spilling oil in Burkes Pass early this morning, closing State Highway 8 for a time.
Clutha police are having their home lives affected by hundreds of calls outside the times of their rostered hours, the district's mayor says.
A teenager has been granted bail after an alleged assault which left a man in critical condition in a Dunedin harbourside industrial area early on Sunday.
Dunedin police sought documents related to satanic and pagan rituals during their investigation into the killing of a miniature horse in Waitati.
A police dog and its handler tracked a man accused of breaching his parole conditions 1.5km before his arrest on Friday night, on another busy weekend for Dunedin officers.
A 65-year-old man arrested for burglary in Dunedin at the weekend had travelled south from a small town to steal women's clothing from city flats, police allege.
Assaults at Otago's prison reached record heights in the previous financial year, new figures reveal.
The proctor is speaking to three University of Otago students after a pipe band was subject to vulgar abuse and alleged indecent exposure at the weekend.
Police are making inquiries about the theft of a hard-drive containing CCTV footage from Dunedin's mosque late last year.
Methamphetamine, the housing crisis and more people reporting incidents have contributed to a big rise in family harm reports in Dunedin, police say.
A group of youths allegedly spent more than $1000 in a stolen credit card payWave spending spree this week, buying orange items as part of setting up a new gang, police say.
ACC plans to add more than 100 new roles in Dunedin, as the organisation seeks a new space in the central city.
The slaying of a miniature horse in Waitati earlier this year remains unsolved, but Dunedin detectives continue to actively investigate the case.
ACC plans to add more than 100 new roles in Dunedin.
A police dog found two boys hiding inside a South Dunedin corner store after a bungled ice cream burglary early today.
A group of youths have been dubbed the 'Vit-Cs' after allegedly spending more than $1000 in a stolen paywave spending spree, buying orange items as part of setting up a new gang.