Invercargill prison staff have a sword of Damocles hanging over them, the Corrections Association of New Zealand says.
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A judge has sympathised with a Southland man who struggled to complete his community work while wearing a mask.
A man has found out that harassing a waitress is no way to treat hospitality staff and is "very disappointed in himself".
A couple charged with being involved in a money laundering transaction linked to an offence in Christchurch appeared in court today.
A couple charged with being involved in a money laundering transaction have appeared in the Invercargill District Court.
A woman was not in court on Tuesday when she was fined $250 for breach of a suppression order.
A woman who was drunk when she crashed into a grader tried to deceive police by saying she was the passenger.
A man wrongly accused of downloading explicit child pornography was charged on assumptions, bias and an incomplete investigation, his counsel says.
The man who allegedly locked himself in a Dunedin pub toilet because he had no Covid-19 vaccine pass can be named.
A Green Island man who pushed his partner to the ground in the heat of an argument faces 12 months’ intensive supervision and an emotional harm payment as a result.
"Oh God," was what cancer survivor Dawn Lloyd thought as she prepared to climb the Kilmog, north of Dunedin, on foot.
"My dad was in and out of prison my whole life, and I don’t want the same for my daughter," a recidivist offender has told a court.
A Peeping Tom burglar will not lurk another day, but his identity may remain a secret.
A repeat offender has been put behind bars for violent attacks that left two men badly beaten.
A predator who groped three sleeping women has been brought to justice nine years after the attacks.