A top police officer’s career may no longer be imperilled after he was found not guilty of assaulting his partner.
Otago Daily Times
A 65-year-old man who was "driving erratically" was arrested yesterday after his car was spiked following three short pursuits in the Waikouaiti area.
The North Island and South Island teams are due to be named today with hopes the game will still be played in Auckland.
A 34-year-old man who was working on a digger alone in an Otago forestry block was found on the ground by a friend after the man failed to respond to a radio call.
Arrowtown is in the running to be named New Zealand’s most beautiful small town in the 2020 Beautiful Awards.
Direct flights into Auckland from Dunedin, Invercargill and Queenstown are suspended from today, leaving Christchurch as the only airport in the South Island with direct flights into the city.
Canterbury trainer James Dunn added to the incredible mark his family has made in harness racing when scoring his first win at Oamaru yesterday.
A rescue helicopter has landed in Bushy Beach Rd near Oamaru and police are in attendance.
A senior police officer accused of hitting his partner during a booze-fuelled dispute says he was the only victim of violence.
As community transmission returns to NZ, a British man trapped outside of the country has opened up about the “demoralising” four months he has spent trying to return to his new home in the South Island.
Dunedin heritage campaigner Ann Barsby is delighted that a 19th-century worker’s cottage she once "went out on a limb" to save may soon find a permanent home.
The South Today bulletin: Friday, August 14
Jacob McSweeny takes a look at how workplaces like forestry and the port will manage if cannabis legalisation gets a ‘‘yes’’ at the coming referendum.
The owners of a house destroyed by fire on Sunday say they are "devastated" after the blaze engulfed their home.
A partial horse skeleton, a child’s shoe and a clay tobacco pipe are among the historic artefacts found at the Invercargill CBD site to date.
Heather Martin, of Dunedin, who has been a client of hairdresser Deane Borley at Dunedin’s Civic Centre building for the past 15 years, says she feels safe because he was taking the correct safety...
A cellphone left on a shop counter nearly led to a 71-year-old woman being scammed out of more than $100,000, a court has heard.
The South Today bulletin: Thursday, August 13
When a repeat Peeping Tom was caught by Dunedin police he claimed it was not sexual, he "just liked looking at how other people live".
A pensioner caught with more than 1800 files of objectionable material involving children has been sentenced to five months’ home detention.