Rapper and hip-hop artist Scribe – real name Malo Ioane Luafutu – has denied six charges and is taking the case to a judge-alone trial.
John Oliver Jamieson has apologised for the desperate drive that put people at risk and ended with him crashed into a dog park fence at Rolleston.
The Department of Conservation is ruling out diversion for people caught fishing illegally in marine reserves because it believes offenders are not getting the message.
Sainey Marong is seeking to appeal his conviction for the murder of 22-year-old Christchurch sex worker Renee Duckmanton.
Murray James Allan says his efforts to leave the Tribesmen gang put him in hospital for two weeks.
A rural Canterbury man jailed for possession of child sex abuse images has abandoned his efforts to keep his name suppression.
Armed robbers got away with $1150 of tobacco in a dairy robbery at Springston that may have lasted less than a minute.
A wad of wet toilet paper was used to block the lens of a security camera at Christchurch Men’s Prison before prisoners stabbed a man 11 times using pieces of wire as weapons.
Interim name suppression has continued for a teenager charged with the murder of Oliver Johnston whose body was found at a property in Woodend, North Canterbury, three weeks ago.
A Pegasus couple will pay back almost all the half-a-million dollars they have stolen from a disability support trust they were running in Waltham.