A High Court judge appears to have kept all sides of the Himalayan tahr argument happy.
A drug dealer who handled nearly $300,000 of methamphetamine has been refused parole at his first attempt.
High Court Judge Owen Paulsen has declined an Otago Daily Times request to report ‘‘in chambers’’ proceedings next week involving Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult.
The number of prisoners flown south by Corrections on chartered flights increased more than fivefold over the previous two years.
A Dunedin lawyer banned from practising for a year has backtracked on a scathing assessment of the New Zealand Law Society.
A tourist who caused a head-on crash which left another traveller dead wept as the court heard details of the case.
The man who filmed himself chipping a piece from Dunedin's waterfront tooth sculpture has walked away without a conviction.
A sex offender with a history of violence took out a contract beating on his former partner from behind bars, a court has heard.
A public relations expert asked an indecent assault complainant if their allegation against a prominent New Zealander would disappear if he was wired $700,000, a court has heard.
A cruise ship company whose procedural botches led to the death of a crew member have been ordered to pay his family more than $250,000.
The extreme lengths to which a Dunedin man went to have his victim change her story have stunned a judge.
Dunedin criminals might be breathing a temporary sigh of relief — Judge Kevin Phillips is doing his final stretch.
A man who lost control of his car on a central Dunedin street and wiped out two cars and a trailer came out with "one of the daftest explanations" a judge had ever heard.
A violent incident during a night of partying at Twizel in November resulted in two Kurow and former North Otago rugby representatives being jailed yesterday.
At Wiremu Tuhura Miller’s Balclutha home, police found snap-lock bags, scales, six cellphones, glass pipes, $870 cash and parts of a sawn-off shotgun.
A Dunedin man who came home from a bar in a rage and throttled his partner while her horrified daughter watched says he won't give up the pub.
After four years of sobriety, a Kaitangata women fell off the wagon spectacularly, a court has heard.
A Court of Appeal ruling on a Dunedin case, which has "changed the state of the law", has resulted in a man's jail term being reduced by five months.