A man accused of being involved in the ram raid of an Invercargill store appeared in the Invercargill District Court yesterday.
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A meeting for the Waiho River rating district at Franz Josef should be convened before the end of the current term of the West Coast Regional Council, a councillor says.
Professional firefighters across the South walked off the job yesterday, demanding senior management engage with them over a list of grievances.
Changing weather patterns and climate change could mean more floods from the Mataura River, Environment Southland staff say.
A man accused of being involved in the ram-raid of an Invercargill store and other offences has been remanded in custody after a court appearance.
Police have a major lead in identifying ram-raiders who smashed their way into a dairy south of Christchurch this morning - one of the offenders wasn't masked. It was one of several stores targeted in Canterbury overnight by different groups.
Dunedin professional firefighters walked off the job today, demanding that senior management engage with them over long-standing grievances.
A judge accused the Crown of ambush in the Invercargill District Court yesterday when it failed to file an opposition ahead of a man’s bail hearing.
After a busy opening weekend, a Dunedin brewer say the move from the suburbs to the city has been a success.
A High Court has rejected a Brazilian national’s bid to have a serious charge against him quashed and his fate now lies with Immigration New Zealand.
The bell has rung out, the trading room is open and now commerce students can get real life experience on the trading floor from Dunedin.
Work has started on the next stage of the redevelopment of Lancaster Park - the restoration of its historic entranceway, the War Memorial Gates.
A High Court has rejected a Brazilian national's bid to have a serious charge against him quashed and his fate now lies with Immigration NZ.
Southern candidates failing to tell voters about links to a high-profile disinformation group could be "introducing a cancer that is going to undermine democracy", a Dunedin academic says.
A Queenstown strip club owner’s drink-driving history has been laid bare after he was caught driving at five times the legal limit.
A Queenstown DJ who pushed a man off a stage after he touched his musical equipment has been convicted of assault.