A police raid in Mornington this morning involving the Armed Offenders Squad has failed to yield any arrests.
A motorcyclist sustained injuries including broken bones in a crash with a car near Glenavy, north of Oamaru, this morning.
A new police officer for the Otago Peninsula should be in the role by next month.
Business owners on the block north of Cadbury have been blindsided by the announcement they would have to move to make room for Dunedin’s new hospital.
As dawn breaks over the Taieri Plain tomorrow, Lee Sutherland will be poised in a mai mai, waiting for any ducks unlucky enough to cross his view.
The Dunedin City Council has apologised for delays to drainage work that led to an Otago Peninsula home flooding for the 10th time after heavy rain on Sunday.
Fire crews were called to deal with a flaming clothes dryer in Mosgiel this afternoon.
Police are investigating two break-ins of varying success in Mosgiel last night.
A motorist ran several red lights in Dunedin late last night while being pursued by police from Andersons Bay.
A driver sustained minor injuries when their car hit a parked vehicle and rolled on to its roof in Dunedin's hill suburbs yesterday evening.
An 85-year-old woman with two children in her car sustained minor injuries after crashing into a garage door in Mosgiel yesterday afternoon.
An elderly woman with two children in her car has minor injuries after crashing into a garage door in Mosgiel.
An investigation into the January shootings of livestock at five farms near Taieri Mouth and Beaumont has yet to result in any arrests.
Dunedin firefighters emerge from a smoke-filled potato chip storage facility yesterday morning.
The weather forecast for the opening of duck-shooting season this weekend is good news for the region's game birds.
A Balclutha woman awoke today to find her lounge window had been cut open.
A young man who allegedly burgled a North Dunedin motel at the weekend was apprehended by police after leaving a jacket bearing his name at the scene.
The weekend’s wet weather claimed another casualty on Sunday night, when a Dunedin Railways locomotive derailed on its way back from an excursion to Taieri Gorge.
Three lpg bottles bobbing in the Water of Leith resulted in fire crews armed with a large pole being called to the University of Otago yesterday afternoon.
Frustration has been expressed at the Dunedin City Council after part of Macandrew Bay was flooded for the third time in three years, with an undersized culvert believed to be the cause.