Full closure will never come for the family and friends of murdered Roxburgh woman Lesley Ann Johnston, who was fatally shot by her husband, Warren Johnston, a year ago.
Car owners in the St Kilda and City Rise are advised to remove possessions from their vehicles following a spate of thefts.
A 3% wage rise and inflation rate would mean police would have to save $477 million in the next four years, police bosses told Parliament yesterday.
Police heads are considering laying off staff and closing some stations in an effort to save $360 million over the next three years.
A Queenstown man who allegedly stripped naked and jumped off the historic steamship TSS Earnslaw into Lake Wakatipu yesterday morning will appear in the Queenstown District Court next week.
Dunedin police say they are on top of motorists running red lights - a problem that representatives from several transport focus groups say is getting worse in the city.
A police officer has been shot dead in northern NSW.
A woman is dead following a two car crash on SH1 south of the turnoff to the Dunedin International Airport this afternoon.
A young man killed in a high-speed car crash on Auckland's Northwestern Motorway may have been racing another car.
Dunedin police are seeking the aid of the public to track down whoever illegally chopped down a 10m poplar tree near Pine Hill School late last week.
A 60-year-old Palmerston man who dared take forbidden fruit from the Palmerston police station grounds on Sunday afternoon is yet to be spoken to by police.
An 18-year-old student admitted careless driving when he appeared before Judge Michael Turner in the Queenstown District Court, even though he was a passenger at the time of the incident.
Two women with an apparent penchant for motels and a taste for curry are wanted by police after allegedly racking up thousands of dollars in unpaid bills across Otago.
Dunedin police have made a plea for help from the public after nine suspicious fires were lit in the city at the weekend.
Senior Constable Darren Cox (45) has taken over the reins as the sole charge officer at the Omakau Police Station.
Waikato police will not apologise for arresting an "irrational and emotional'' Chinese woman in a Hamilton supermarket car park, after an internal investigation found officers acted professionally.
A former Balclutha detective has been promoted to fill the sergeant's role in the Clutha policing district.
A man walked up to an armed police officer shouting "shoot me, shoot me'', after a street fight with bats and axes in suburban Nelson yesterday.