Reports of burglaries and break-ins ranging from the bizarre to the mundane continue to roll in to Dunedin police.
Police action against those accused of breaching restraining orders in coastal Otago has reached a record number, but a domestic abuse charity says there is still a way to go.
A man who allegedly got out of his car and punched a passing cyclist in central Dunedin remains at large.
The target of an alleged kidnapping in North Dunedin on Saturday managed to fight off their assailants and flee to safety.
Ever wondered why the red leaves of the horopito have a hot, peppery taste?
A Wanaka restaurant has been badly damaged by fire at the weekend but owner Lucas Parkinson is determined to rebuild.
A helicopter with a monsoon bucket was deployed to battle a scrub fire in Allanton yesterday afternoon.
A helicopter with a monsoon bucket was called to battle a scrub fire in Allanton this afternoon.
Doc is warning whitebaiters to play by the rules ahead of the season starting next week.
A tourist bus which crashed near Te Anau earlier this year was the same make as those involved in three crashes in the North Island in the past fortnight.
Police are still searching for the man who robbed a Mosgiel bank six months ago.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital after a collision with a car at a roundabout in Green Island this afternoon.
The woman working in the Pine Hill Dairy during a recent attempted robbery says a video of the terrifying incident is helping police and the public identify the armed offender, who remains at large.
The investigation into a helicopter crash in the Catlins in June has stalled while authorities wait for the owner to recover the aircraft's wreckage.
Inmates at the Otago Corrections Facility got under the bonnet of a Ford Mustang yesterday, as part of a trial run of a new virtual reality teaching system developed in Dunedin.
Police have concerns for the safety of a Dunedin man missing for four days.
Emergency services were called to a two-car collision near Henley this morning.
A perfect storm of transport projects has left Dunedin awash with road cones this week.
A young woman has sustained moderate injuries after being knocked off her bike in North Dunedin this morning.
Dunedin's deepening housing crisis and the impact of methamphetamine have contributed to record demand for the city's Women's Refuge.