An Environment Court appeal has been lodged against the siting of the proposed new Wanaka police station.
Road spikes were used to stop a car in a police pursuit in Dunedin yesterday morning.
Non-Sworn police staff in the Southern District are among the first in the country to try a new corporate uniform.
Burglaries of Dunedin schools have almost doubled in the past year, prompting police and Neighbourhood Support to provide strategies for keeping schools secure during holidays.
Queenstown police are seeking witnesses to a serious crash on State Highway 6, near Glenda Dr, on Friday night.
Oamaru Police are on the look-out for a Mazda car with a broken headlight and no manufacturer's badge.
Mosgiel residents were urged to be vigilant and secure their possessions after a spate of burglaries and car thefts in recent weeks.
Police investigating the sudden death of Paeroa businessman Jordan Voudouris have released details about a robbery and an attempted robbery in nearby towns yesterday.
A search and rescue operation on hills near Dunedin on Saturday ended with the arrest of the search subject.
Southern district police and LandSAR representatives throughout Otago are to establish greater cross-district co-operation during large-scale operations similar to last month's exhaustive efforts in the Ahuriri Valley to locate missing Dunedin man David Palmer.
A manhunt is underway for an "armed and dangerous'' man who shot at a police officer from close range in Auckland early this morning.
Police rescuers have been forced to dig through landfill waste for a still-transmitting emergency beacon thrown out with the rubbish in Rotorua.
Former police commissioner Howard Broad says he regrets police did not make it clear the Urewera raids were not about targeting the people of Tuhoe.
Police are refusing to speculate on what caused the suspicious deaths of a man and woman whose bodies were found at an isolated South Canterbury property.
Southern police are investigating centralising file management systems, but it is "too early" to say if jobs will be cut, Southern police district commander Superintendent Bob Burns says.
An intoxicated teenager allegedly stabbed a bouncer in the neck with a screwdriver after the youth was refused entry into a Dunedin nightclub.
Government Budget initiatives will penalise police for performing well, New Zealand Police Association president Greg O'Connor says.