An Oamaru man who impregnated his daughter will not undertake specialist sex-offender treatment while behind bars.
A senior gang member who blackmailed a Dunedin man out of up to $250,000 within two years has been denied parole.
A former gang member who threatened two people he believed had "narked" on his mate, chose the wrong place to do it.
The day after a Dunedin man committed a violent rape, he professed his love for the victim and begged her not to go to police, a court has heard.
A day of rodeo and drinking resulted in a wild night of violence for a Ranfurly woman, a court has heard.
A Balclutha man who tormented his ex-partner has been blasted by a judge as “one of the most controlling men I’ve ever seen”.
A pair of orchard workers laughed as they sexually violated a woman they had dragged down to Lake Dunstan, a court has heard.
A five-time drink-driver went berserk when he was arrested and had to be pepper-sprayed into compliance, a court has heard.
Sometimes it takes intricate police work to crack a big drug case. Other times evidence falls into their lap.
A man who was found with up to $40,000 of illicit drugs at a Dunedin gig has been jailed for 22 months.
A prominent medical professional has walked away from a year-long court battle with his clean criminal record and anonymity intact.
After 23 years in prison a man who killed an Oamaru woman with an axe then sexually assaulted her daughter is still considered too dangerous to release.
A senior Dunedin police officer has denied allegations of domestic violence and unlawful firearm possession.
After more than 23 years in prison a man who killed an Oamaru woman with an axe then sexually assaulted her daughter is still too dangerous to release.
The only man charged over a late-night mass brawl in central Dunedin has been sentenced to seven months' home detention.
Despite breaching conditions for the third time in a matter of weeks, a sex offender has avoided a trip back to prison.
It might surprise some to know a 56-year-old beneficiary from Gore played a vital role in an international cyber-crime syndicate. It was a shock to her, too.
A Dunedin man who grew nearly $80,000 of cannabis has swapped his prison cell for his mother’s house after a successful appeal.