Police are not ruling out links between a robbery in Dunedin's Exchange Plaza yesterday afternoon and six similar robberies in the city since November.
Police have several leads to follow up after the public responded positively to a police plea for information on a man believed responsible for up to eight bank robberies or attempted robberies in Dunedin and Mosgiel since November.
Two Dunedin teenage siblings were attacked and left unconscious in two unrelated incidents on Friday night, leaving their mother angry it is not safe to walk city streets.
A Tauranga man has admitted using a digger to help bury the body of drug dealer Grant "Granite" Adams after watching him be shot, wrapped in a rug and set alight with petrol.
Liam James Reid has been committed for trial for the murder of 20-year-old Emma Agnew after a fourday depositions hearing in the Christchurch District Court.
One of New Zealand's biggest frauds says he wants to go straight - with help from the government ministry he ripped off.
Groups of young people drinking and partying in the Woodhaugh Gardens leave a weekly mess of broken glass and vandalised play equipment in the park, say neighbouring residents.
Dunedin police are concerned others may have been assaulted by a group of teens who are alleged to have punched and stamped on a man's head during an unprovoked attack in central Dunedin on Friday night.
The New Zealander whose girlfriend was found dead in a chilly bin in his United States hotel room, lived a lavish life of limousines, bars, expensive clothes and girls.
The lawyer for murder accused Nai Yin Xue says his client is pleased to be in New Zealand after five months on the run in the United States.
The lawyer who brokered the return of the stolen war medals is poised to represent captured fugitive Nai Yin Xue.
A riderless parking services scooter knocked down one pedestrian and narrowly missed several others in central Dunedin yesterday after it was maliciously set loose by a member of the public.
Two lawyers, each professing to be representing murder-accused Clayton Weatherston, were sent away by a Dunedin District Court judge yesterday to sort out which of them was in fact representing the client.
The lawyer who brokered a deal that led to the return of valuable war medals stolen from Waiouru Army Museum has defended the payment of reward money to get them back.
The body found in a Christchurch park on Wednesday is that of Dunedin boy Shaun Martin Finnerty (16), who ran away from a Child, Youth and Family home in Christchurch on Monday.
A homicide investigation has been launched in Christchurch after the body of a Dunedin youth was found in a park.