A dispute over a rental trailer in Dunedin has sparked an official inquiry into the practice of re-registering old trailers as new vehicles entitled to a warrant of fitness for three years.
A woman has serious injuries after falling down a sea wall at a Dunedin beach last night.
A man has received bail after allegedly stealing an archery sight from a Dunedin outdoors equipment shop, threatening staff and fleeing on foot yesterday afternoon.
Portobello Rd in Dunedin has reopened, hours after a crash injuring two people, one critically.
A man has been caught by police after allegedly stealing from a Dunedin Hunting and Fishing store before fleeing on foot this afternoon.
Dunedin police have slammed the ''idiotic'' actions of a motorcyclist caught riding at nearly 200kmh at the weekend and are calling for public help to find the rider.
Southern firefighters are leading the country in accessing counselling.
A Fiordland fire chief has gone the extra mile in providing support to his crews after they attended several harrowing crashes.
A driver has escaped injury after their car rolled near Waitati this afternoon, but State Highway 1 still remains blocked.
The new year has delivered a spate of thefts from vehicles in Dunedin, including a massive haul of loot taken from a campervan on the Otago Peninsula.
A 79-year-old man is dead after his car hit a tree near Alexandra, in Central Otago, this afternoon.
The first man to escape from the Otago Corrections Facility killed himself just days after his release from prison, a coroner has found.
Two people were rescued by helicopter from waters off South Canterbury on New Year's Eve after their boat sank.
A day out boating in Queenstown went south when six people were forced to cling to a biscuit after their vessel began taking on water.
Two people have been rescued from waters off North Otago this evening after their boat sank.
Dunedin has brought in a new year with a bang.
A travelling family bluegrass band has rolled into Dunedin and is all set to entertain the crowds today at a folk festival in the bush.
The Otago Regional Council (ORC) has defended the actions of a driver who allowed a missing 5-year-old to ride the bus, saying the child was tall for his age and appeared to have a good...
The number of deaths on Otago roads this year are on track to be the lowest recorded, as southern police increase their focus on notorious crash corridors.
A man who crashed his car through a Dunedin rest home's fence on Boxing Day blew more than five times the legal limit.