A good Samaritan who helped a seriously injured woman after her car flipped several times in Kaikorai Valley yesterday says she was lucky to survive the crash.
Senior Sergeant Trevor Thomson, of Dunedin, said the latest incident happened in Union St, Milton, where two diggers parked on a work site were siphoned of about 250 litres of fuel on Monday or...
Southern police are increasingly using the threat of Tasers to defuse charged situations.
A tourist has received a warning from their rental car company after being captured on video overtaking a car and cyclist on a blind corner on the Otago Peninsula.
A woman has sustained serious injuries after her vehicle rolled several times in Kaikorai Valley Rd today.
A surfer has been caught on camera taunting and throwing an object at a group of sea lions, the latest in a spate of wildlife harassment incidents on Dunedin beaches.
Fog in Christchurch has resulted in three cancellations affecting flights arriving at or departing Dunedin Airport.
Visitors to a Dunedin beach have been caught on camera posing for photos and dancing close to protected sea lions, as a local wildlife expert says such behaviour is a constant frustration.
A Dunedin stamp stalwart has honoured his father's artistic legacy in fitting philatelic style.
A Dunedin woman has called for tourists to be educated on behaving around New Zealand wildlife after she captured video footage of a sea lion lunging at a woman who was dancing close the protected animal at a Dunedin beach.
A Jetstar flight struck birds while landing at Dunedin Airport this afternoon, taking the plane out of commission for several hours.
Police were repeatedly deployed to St Clair and St Kilda at the weekend after reports of a man exposing himself and another behaving erratically on the beach.
Gwyn Pratley (left) and Rachel McLauchlan (right) were out enjoying the Night’n Day Rainbow Run with their children Alexandra Pratley (10), Zara Pratley (11) and Henry Pratley (6) yesterday.
Gearing up for a social bike ride on a spring morning yesterday are recent emigrants from Wales (from left) Lyra (5), Torin (7), Kate and Fraser Stephens.
A driver led police on a chase from Dunedin to the Taieri at the weekend, eventually abandoning his car on a railway line before being apprehended by a dog team.
A two car crash in Gore this afternoon resulted in one of the vehicles bursting into flames.
A driver sustained moderate injuries after crashing into a bridge near Lake Ohau in the early hours of this morning.
Emergency services attend a two-car crash at the Glen which left two people with moderate injuries.
Major new power cables are set to add security to central Dunedin’s power supply.
A lamb chased on to a Dunedin motorway by a rottweiler this week and missing for two days has found its way home, and its owners could not be happier.