Man who admitted part in petrol fire death is the son of a high-profile bank robber and murderer.
Two ski instructors who clambered on to a commercial boat in Queenstown will make a trip to court.
INVERCARGILL DISTRICT COURT
A judge has treated a man's dangerous driving as a "one-off brain-freeze moment".
More than 100 witnesses will be called in the High Court at Dunedin as four men appear for the murder of Oamaru man Justin Conrad McFarlane.
Driver not at fault for fatally hitting tourist who was distracted by stargazing in rural Queenstown.
Elderly investors who lost millions in a Ponzi scheme have no hope of getting their money back.
Mum left infant daughter in a bathtub overflowing with cold water, and her son playing naked on the street.
An Invercargill man accused of fraudulently spending thousands of dollars on everything from burgers, pet food and building supplies to go-kart rides and a washing machine failed to appear in the Alexandra District Court yesterday.
Blenheim woman admits theft charges after targeting Invercargill accommodation spots.
An Australian woman holidaying Queenstown sank her teeth into a bouncer's arm and broke the skin.
Prominent Central Otago winemaker to get counselling after being charged with drug offences.
Man pulled the trigger of his friend's high-powered rifle, unaware it was loaded.
Australian mother who stayed in NZ because she enjoyed snowboarding stole thousands, court told.
Evidence at an inquest into the death of a Southland toddler who drowned in a farm rubbish hole has been suppressed until further notice.
British backpacker squandered $12,000 of his inheritance while supplying cannabis in Queenstown.
Police officer found guilty of racially abusing taxi driver is discharged without a conviction.
A former detective convicted of defrauding the New Zealand Pub Charity Sevens rugby tournament still has an outstanding balance to pay.
A couple honeymooning in Queenstown got into strife after an alcohol-fuelled night out.
A Dunedin man faces a life sentence for importing drugs into NZ.
Man sentenced to community work after Facebook exchange spirals out of control.