Johnathon Andrew Tresler knows the cost of drink-driving.
A Dunedin man threatened to stomp on the head of his elderly neighbour and said he was willing to do 15 years’ jail for it, a court has heard.
A national age-group rugby rep caught four times over the drink-drive limit claimed he had only downed four beers.
A week of wild driving ended with a Dunedin man biting a police officer on the leg, a court has heard.
A Dunedin man who was beaten so viciously his kidney was split and his blood was sprayed across the walls says he feels lucky he is not dead.
The country’s newest judge has been celebrated as “a southerner through and through”.
A man who racially abused a family at a popular Dunedin landmark admitted the xenophobic comments but claimed they were "light-hearted".
A drug-dealing truck driver who lost his Clutha home under proceeds-of-crime legislation will remain behind bars.
A man who chased another motorist through suburban Dunedin then rammed the victim’s car had an "extraordinary" explanation for his recklessness.
An award-winning musician who robbed his band-mate and was dealing drugs for several months has been jailed for more than three years.
Many of those heading into court hold their breath in anticipation, but yesterday it was for a different reason.
A Central Otago farmer who drove drunk twice in the same afternoon says he was "completely stupid".
A man who had an intricately concealed cannabis grow in his Dunedin home could have made nearly $120,000 from its sale, a court has heard.
When Jake James Devereux stood in the dock last year to be sentenced for up-skirt filming, the court heard he was a low risk for reoffending.
A Dunedin boarding-house resident brandished a samurai sword and threatened to chop up his flatmate, a court has heard.
A Waikouaiti man who punched his partner and hit his 1-year-old child says prison is the best place for him.
One of Dunedin’s most frequent offenders, who a judge says has burned bridges with those trying to help him, is free again.
The man behind a fake bomb planted at Dunedin Airport will appeal his conviction and sentence, it has been confirmed.
Vicki Blair raised her dead son’s favourite basketball jersey to her face and inhaled its scent.
An unlicensed, meth-fuelled driver who killed his passenger in a high-speed crash outside Oamaru has been jailed for five years seven months.