A woman alleged to have supplied Ritalin to her son says she wouldn't part with a drug she was addicted to.
Waikato police have reopened the investigation into the theft of drugs from an evidence safe at Huntly police station.
Two Wanaka early-childcare teachers were deregistered after admitting buying and selling ecstasy at preschool.
A report on the $1.5m car fleet fraud says former fleet manager, Brent Bachop, was 'at the centre'.
Two men and a woman charged with murder of Lower Hutt man Matthew Stevens.
Three Timaru men police believe to be Mongrel Mob members, have been charged with grievous bodily harm after a man was seriously injured two weeks ago.
An Invercargill dairy has been held up for the second time in just 10 days.
Teen's attempt at robbing a Bulls petrol station notable for its naivety and lack of planning, lawyer says.
Lack of information sharing lead to convicted murderer being able to escape to Brazil, initial report finds.
An attack on a court guard is a frightening reality as budgets get tightened in the Ministry of Justice, union says.
A man riding a push scooter stopped in front of two women, lifted his top, slapped his chest and then pulled his shorts down, exposing his genitals.
A Queenstown policewoman who told a taxi driver to "f... off to India" has resigned.
Computer teacher stayed in touch with a pupil who had been expelled, then indecently assaulted him.
Elderly people targeted by fraudsters pretending to be their friends, say police.
Woman stopped by police with her dogs in her car following a heist from the Nelson pound loses bid to save them.
It's not exactly turducken and champagne, but those behind bars will be having a special festive meal this holiday.
Tony Mount's world came crashing down this week after he was jailed for ripping off clients. Stacey Knott investigates his downfall.
A youth who laughed at three street gang members who were blocking his way triggered a brawl with weapons and pot plants.
A judge has released a heavily redacted police summary of facts in the case of Phillip John Smith.
Former paramedic who sexually assaulted patients in his ambulance has been jailed for 14.5 years.
Manslaughter charge laid over the death of Auckland man Gordon Hona at a Foodstuffs warehouse.
Christmas grinch thieves stole electronics and the primary school kids' party food.
A Nelson man has been found guilty of possessing of "disgusting and abhorrent" material.
An increasing number of younger men are using violence against family members - "mostly mums".
Even after his vehicle was allegedly rammed three times, a home owner chased two men for more than 20km.
A human ''wolf'' has targeted sheep’s clothing, with 35 wool bales missing from two Akaroa farms.
Murderer Phillip Smith tells police the name of Department of Corrections officer he claims helped him get a passport and escape to Brazil.
Auckland man arrested after raids here and in Australia target heroin trafficking syndicate, police say.
Judge rejects bid by former Catholic brother to overturn Justice Minister’s decision to grant extradition to Australia.
More than 300 cannabis plants have been seized a Hawke's Bay property.