The extreme lengths to which a Dunedin man went to have his victim change her story have stunned a judge.
A head of department at a Dunedin high school has added another drink-driving conviction to his ledger.
A 12-year-old girl was so badly abused by her mother she had to be taught how to eat again, a court has heard.
A "hare-brained" armed robber who targeted an isolated North Otago store was trembling for two hours after the hold-up, a court has heard.
A 71-year-old convicted murderer will remain behind bars after laundering money for an international fraud syndicate.
A man who paid a 14-year-old girl $20 for consecutive sexual liaisons in the library has been jailed for more than three years.
A man who repeatedly raped his wife and choked her until her face went purple has been jailed for four and a-half years - despite the victim's pleas for home detention.
After punching his partner in front of their children, a Dunedin man went into damage-control mode.
An outspoken Dunedin barrister is the newest member of the country’s legal elite but she says two letters after her name will not change her.
A Dunedin rugby player who punched a man unconscious claimed a conviction would end his dreams of playing professionally overseas.
A Dunedin barrister and Southland lawyer are among those to receive the prestigious accolade of “Queen’s Counsel” today.
A cruise company whose negligence led to the death of a crew member in a Port Otago gas-cylinder explosion may have to shoulder a huge bill.
A cruise company faces a significant fine over a fatal blast in Port Chalmers which left a poor Filipino family without a father and major breadwinner.
A man who threatened a mechanic and his mother — aged in her 70s — with a loaded crossbow has been sentenced to home detention.
A Dunedin tech expert used a piece of "malicious" computer code which caused his estranged business partner losses of $120,000, a court has heard.
A Dunedin man who robbed a bank using a wheel brace in a sock has been jailed for seven years.
A delusional transient man was so paranoid people were out to get him, he barricaded himself in a room and set fire to his pillow, a court has heard.
A Dunedin doctor accused of the murder of a teenage girl was back before the court yesterday but the public were shut out and the media gagged.
A Dunedin doctor accused of the murder of a teenage girl is back before the court today but the public have been shut out and the media gagged.
A Mosgiel man involved in two aggravated robberies targeting Holden Commodores has been jailed for nearly three years.