A budding Dunedin novelist will have a few weeks of solitude to work on his latest book.
The Dunedin City Council says the traffic light setup criticised by a District Court judge will be upgraded later this year.
A Chinese camper van driver will appear in court next week accused of causing a severe brain injury to a Canadian tourist.
A pharmacy student has been jailed for more than three years for importing more than $100,000 of drugs.
When a Dunedin businessman broke off his three-year affair with an Auckland woman, she allegedly took revenge by harassing the wife of her former lover.
A Chinese tourist has pleaded guilty to careless driving which caused a traumatic brain injury to a Canadian cyclist.
A chinese tourist who knocked a Canadian cyclist off his bike will probably meet the victim’s family in the next couple of days to express his remorse.
A Dunedin man who allegedly attacked a man with a machete, leaving the victim's hand almost severed, has been remanded in custody to reappear next month.
A little more than 22 years since she was last raped, a woman finally told her abuser: ‘‘It’s no longer my shame.’’
A Dunedin man who stabbed his ex-wife's friend 14 times and left her for dead has been jailed for a decade.
A man accused of killing a sea lion allegedly made threats to divulge untrue information about a police constable.
A courtroom outburst during which an irate mother threw her sunglasses at a judge — and only narrowly missed — can now be revealed.
A government employee is accused of subjecting a Dunedin man to a malicious campaign of harassment that lasted more than two years.
A government employee allegedly put a Dunedin businessman through "a living hell'' for more than two years - over a parking ticket.
A Dunedin business owner allegedly harassed for two-and-a-half years by a government employee has spoken of his fear during the ordeal.
A government employee accused of harassing a Dunedin business owner said he saved photos of the man's family on his computer because he was scared.
The Crown says a government employee accused of stalking a businessman for two and a-half years was clever covering his tracks but one small piece of paper gave him away.