A judge says the actions of a woman after an affair with a Dunedin businessman broke up were "premeditated, vicious" and "nothing short of disgraceful".
A Dunedin mother of two says she was pressured into storing a stolen pistol by a man who took advantage of her.
A public servant who subjected a Dunedin businessman to "a living hell'' for two and a-half years has finally been named - but his occupation remains under wraps.
The public servant who spent two and a-half years stalking a Dunedin businessman can now be named.
A Dunedin businessman who was stalked for more than two and a-half years by a government employee was convinced the man would kill him.
A Dunedin victim of a "sophisticated" harassment campaign which lasted two and a-half years has described the period as ''a living hell''.
Four stadium-packing United States rock bands playing in a Dunedin bar for $15 might sound too good to be true.
A police officer got the seal of disapproval yesterday during an unusual case of road rage.
A Dunedin psychiatrist found guilty of molesting a patient has failed in a bid to clear his name.
Romance blossomed at the Middlemarch Singles Ball - for one night at least.
After police found two intoxicated women in a Queenstown bar, the licensee was brought before the court.
A Dunedin police officer with 25 years' experience has called an incident during which he was confronted by a drunk man wielding a knife as the scariest of his career.
A man who posed as a glazier to break into a Dunedin house and steal a firearms cache worth more than $46,000 has been jailed for four years four months.
A Dunedin police officer says being confronted by a drunk man wielding a knife was the scariest moment of his 25-year career.
A man who imported methamphetamine to a sleepy Central Otago town has been jailed for more than three and a-half years.
If it was up to Dunedin’s new coroner David Robinson, he would have put aside yesterday’s formalities and glowing tributes to "get on with things".
A Cromwell man jailed following the death of his friend during a drunken quad-bike incident has had his appeal rejected.
A female Corrections officer was hospitalised with a head wound following a scuffle with a prisoner in the Dunedin District Court.
Of the dozens of drink-drivers appearing in New Zealand courts this week, it is a safe bet only one case related to a motorised picnic table.
Friends of a man killed by a learner driver under the influence of cannabis have blasted police over the level of charges laid.