A man who allegedly smashed a windscreen and punched another motorist, causing him to collapse, in a Dunedin road rage incident last week, remains at large.
Police say the man hasn't yet been located and inquires are ongoing.
The man is understood to be known to police.
The incident unfolded on Friday afternoon, when police received a report about a serious assault in Taieri Road.
The victim had been repeatedly assaulted but was conscious and able to speak.
This Sunday marks exactly one hundred years since the signing of the armistice put an end the First World War.
The Germans surrendered to the Allies on the eleventh of November, 1918, after four years of fighting.
To commemorate the occasion, the Otago Daily Times will have extensive coverage both in tomorrow's paper and online, including a 13-minute documentary featuring three of Dunedin's most renowned historians.
Two Invercargill thespians are taking a new approach to solving a decline in theatre audience numbers — start ’em young.
Performing artists Sarah McCarthy and Jade Gillies arranged for about two thousand Southland school pupils to attend a show in Invercargill recently hoping to get kids hooked on theatre.
Matt Zenovich has produced a powerful performance to confirm his hometown hero status on the first stage of the SBS Bank Tour of Southland.
Zenovich won a three man sprint up the main street of Lumsden to claim victory in the one hundred and seventy kilometre stage from Invercargill, to claim the yellow jersey.
The event got underway in Invercargill yesterday, with the opening team time-trial prologue around Queens Park.
It was chance for teams to stretch their legs and test their combinations ahead of a hard week of racing on the Southland roads.
It was a colourful end to the school term for Fernworth Primary School in Invercargill today.
The school celebrated a term of good behaviour with a colour run.
Pupils couldn’t escape the clouds of coloured chalk being thrown from all angles by teachers.
Teacher Rebecca Watson says every time the pupils showed respect during the term, they were given a vote for their end-of-term reward...and the colour run was the winner by far.