Two men arrested after burglary-related incidents in Ashburton have been granted bail at the Christchurch District Court.
The duty manager at a central Christchurch bar arranged for it to be robbed twice, and then carried out an armed robbery at a hotel in Dunedin.
Community-based penalties lies ahead for a Christchurch man who says he accidentally emailed a sickening animal cruelty video to a journalist.
All of the victims of Michael Edward Brittenden’s spree of wheelie bin blazes in Burnside will be paid for the $68,326 damage he did before he was caught by two bobbies-on-bikes.
Joshua Lukic says he is keen to meet the victims of his burglaries and thefts but at least one of them won’t be accepting that invitiation ahead of the 30-year-old’s sentencing.
A motoring review published on Stuff was cited in court as a 71-year-old man was allowed to avoid a conviction for his first driving lapse.
A South Canterbury father has been ordered to do a parenting course as part of his sentence after his attempts to quieten a crying baby left bruises on the mouth and cheeks.
Police opposed bail for a Canadian man and his nephew charged with bank card “skimming” in Christchurch over the last week.
The munchies were the undoing of a mobster caught having a cook-up inside the house he had burgled.
Russian and Ukrainian men who imported ecstasy worth $2 million through Christchurch Airport have been jailed for five years nine months, with speculation remaining about the drug’s final destination.