A woman who sliced open her leg on submerged metal while fishing in Lake Waihola has sounded the alarm for whitebaiters ahead of the season opening next week.
A Balclutha man says his disabled wife is smiling again after an 11th-hour reprieve meant she will not be deported today.
A gang of thieves who raided an Otago Peninsula tourism venture this week were captured on CCTV, and it was only a matter of time before police caught them, the business owner said.
A woman has been arrested in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars worth of possum fur from a Mosgiel shed.
An Otago Peninsula tourism operation has been plundered for hundreds of dollars worth of stock.
Ospri has launched an investigation after 1080 bait was found on logging equipment in Berwick forest.
Police have filed the case of a trail bike stolen in a ram-raid at a Dunedin dealership earlier this year.
The beleaguered Mosgiel Memorial RSA has sunk further into the financial mire as its money woes are escalated from its bank's local branch to a national level, a leaked document reveals.
He does not even own a car, but Dunedin man Simon Bishop is a top New Zealand racing driver.
A Dunedin surveyor is bringing out the big guns in his fight to restore the supremacy of Baldwin St as the world's steepest.
Burger King has apologised for interviewing a Dunedin job-seeker in front of other applicants in the middle of its busy restaurant.
An Aramoana crib owner says he feels frustrated, confused and exhausted to be told by the Department of Conservation to halt his efforts to prevent erosion after nearly five months and $8000.
A rubbish truck has rolled in Southland this morning, critically injuring a man and closing State Highway 96 at Springhills.
More than $10,000 worth of tools have been stolen from two properties in Mosgiel at the weekend, police say, prompting a warning for residents in new subdivisions to look out for each other.
The results of the partial closure of Dunedin's George St for a festival at the weekend bode well for plans to shift the balance of the shopping corridor in favour of pedestrians, a city councillor says.
Three gun buy-back and amnesty events in Dunedin, Mosgiel and Palmerston since Friday netted hundreds of now-illegal firearms and more than a thousand parts and accessories, police say.
A knife-wielding man allegedly tried to rob a Night 'n Day in Invercargill early yesterday, but made off with nothing and was arrested shortly after.
One person suffered minor injuries after a van rolled in Queenstown on Saturday evening.
Good Samaritans rushed to the aid of a man who suffered serious and extensive injuries after he was hit by a car while riding a mobility scooter in South Dunedin at the weekend.
A knife-wielding man allegedly tried to rob a Night 'n Day in Invercargill early today, but made off with nothing and was arrested shortly after.