The undersized stop signs by the intersection of a double-fatal crash in Outram have finally been replaced — more than two years after the tragedy.
A Dunedin woman who orchestrated a honey trap to rob a recently bereaved widower has avoided a prison term.
A man who repeatedly beat his partner, leaving her with 50 bruises, has had his appeal for a shorter sentence dismissed.
A drug grower with a "sophisticated" set-up, a sawn-off shotgun and a crop worth nearly $50,000 claims he should have been sentenced to home detention.
An Invercargill accounting firm has been slapped with a $40,000 bill after it illegally sacked a woman on the eve of the first nationwide lockdown.
A man who surreptitiously filmed a woman in a public toilet will likely be deported after being convicted, a court has heard.
A North Otago woman who poisoned her child while he was in hospital may yet be locked up, after the Crown appealed her sentence.
A drink-driver in an unsafe vehicle kicked and spat at officers then damaged a police car after being arrested, a court has heard.
A social cricketer who attacked two opponents says he cannot do his community work because of his anxiety.
Undersized stop signs at the site of a double-fatal crash will not be replaced yet, the Dunedin City Council says.
A seasoned conman whose $65,000 trail of lies stretches back to 2018 has been locked up for three years, seven months.
A seasoned conman whose $65,000 trail of lies stretches back to 2018 has been locked up for three years seven months.
A Dunedin man who caused the death of a child in a bulldozer accident 14 years ago has been convicted again for errant driving.
An Otago rugby player has been cleared after being found asleep at the wheel of his ute, crashed into a parking meter.
A man who raped a teenage girl in her own bed is back behind bars after loitering around playgrounds.
Late-night diners at a Dunedin fast-food restaurant were served with an unwelcome side recently, a court has heard.
A Dunedin cricketer who assaulted two opponents has been banned from taking the field for three and a-half years.
A gang member who tried to take the blame for his mate’s crimes has had 17 months added to his prison term for his troubles — and the other man was still convicted.