A woman whose partner was killed in a motorcycle crash nearly two years ago wants to connect with the people who received his organs, but an expert suggests she could be opening a can of worms.
A tourist bus crash in a remote area of Southland, near Te Anau, which injured 15 is a telling example of why a rescue helicopter must continue to be based in the town, a local farmer says.
The man in charge of policing coastal Otago roads says anyone speeding, driving while impaired or texting behind the wheel this long weekend should expect to meet one of his officers.
A woman whose partner was killed in a motorcycle crash nearly two years ago wants to connect with the six people who received his organs.
A local farmer says a bus did a 180-degree turn before rolling and sliding into his fence in Southland this morning leaving 15 injured, including two seriously.
Attempts to secure an interview and photo with the owner of an emu loose in Green Island on Tuesday night failed to get off the ground.
Lock your doors. That's the message from police after burglars made short work of four unsecured homes at the weekend.
Police officers armed with rifles are attending an incident at a boarding house in Graham St, Dunedin, this afternoon where witnesses understand a man has been stabbed.
Two people were injured when a car crashed into a power pole near Clinton, in South Otago, this afternoon.
Winton fire crews responded to a midnight 111 call to find a home's kitchen ablaze in the rural Southland town.
A group of South Dunedin residents are launching a petition to fight any move to close the community's New Zealand Post and Kiwibank branch.
A car travelling uphill in Brockville Rd yesterday afternoon rolled after its driver lost control, but ended up back on its wheels, leaving the driver and passenger with minor injuries.
A car travelling uphill in Brockville Rd this afternoon lost control and rolled, but ended up back on its wheels, leaving the driver and passenger with minor injuries.
Police say they are confident they can reverse the recent increase in break-ins and burglaries in the South.
Dunedin coroner David Robinson has kept a low profile since being sworn in just over a year ago. He sat down with George Block for a wide-ranging interview.
An inquiry into the cause of the large fire which tore through businesses in Burnside this year has found it was likely to have been ignited by an ember blown from a pile of ash dumped by a rendering plant in Abbotsford.
A man who helped himself to a box of alcohol from a Kaikorai Valley bottle shop yesterday has been caught on camera, and a worker at the shop said they already have a name for the thirsty thief.