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2015/07/29 04:23
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A teenager found guilty of killing a west Auckland shopkeeper has lost his attempt to keep his name secret. However, media are still prevented from publishing his name until his sentencing on...
2015/07/29 04:23
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2015/07/29 02:16
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Millie Elder-Holmes along with family and friends will hold a memorial ride in honour of Connor Morris. Photo / Facebook A memorial ride for Connor Morris will go ahead this weekend as planned,...
2015/07/28 07:23
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... will ask some questions...I have some overarching oversight of the justice sector. It is certainly something I will be asking about whether there are lessons that need to be learnt from that," Ms...
2015/07/27 21:16
2015/07/27 21:16
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Scaffolding covering Summerfield Villas apartments in Grey Lynn. Photo / Martin Sykes Owners of a huge apartment complex in Auckland are about to endure their second round of building repairs,...
2015/07/21 22:16
2015/07/21 22:16
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Connor Morris and Millie Elder-Holmes in a photograph posted to Facebook by Hinemoa Elder. Photo / Supplied The trial for the man accused of murdering Connor Morris will begin a year to the day the...
2015/07/21 05:23
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An Auckland primary school teacher has been banned from the classroom after playing games of "tickle torture" and "upside downies" with children. Experienced teacher Donald McIntyre Morrison (69) was...
2015/07/20 06:54
2015/07/20 06:54
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A Kiribati man has failed in his bid to become the world's first climate change refugee. Ioane Teitiota had for years argued his family's health was at risk if they returned to low-lying Kiribati,...
2015/07/17 00:23
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A bankrupt former financial adviser has been sentenced to six years in jail this morning for stealing more than $3 million in what prosecutors called an "extensive, premeditated theft" from trusting...
2015/07/16 23:54
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Andrew Robinson, a struck off financial adviser and former director of Strategic Planning Group, has been jailed for six years after pleading guilty to fraud charges earlier this year. Robinson was...
2015/07/15 00:23
2015/07/15 00:23
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An innocent man injured in a motorway shootout has made "speculative" factual claims about the incident and his bid for compensation should be thrown out, the Crown says. Richard Stephen Neville is...
2015/07/14 22:23
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Suppression around details of the Phillip John Smith case - pointing the finger at the Prime Minister - has been lifted. Specifics of the unsuccessful application to move the matter to the High Court...
2015/07/14 22:23
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A man accused of inflicting four days of violent and sexual torture on a woman has denied charges against him. James Edward Stewart, a 38-year-old South Auckland tradesman, appeared before the High...
2015/07/14 10:16
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Despite being sentenced and ordered to pay US$12,000 by a New Zealand district court judge, Timothy Christopher Anthony Molteno remains on Interpol's wanted persons website. Photo / Supplied A New...
2015/07/14 04:17
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Blessie Gotingco was raped and murdered in May last year. The 28-year-old man, whose image is allowed to be published, will continue to have name suppression for legal reasons that can't be...
2015/07/14 04:17
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A woman who was brutally beaten with a cricket bat and strangled while she lay unconscious has told a court her husband's actions were her fault. After the attack, the couple's flatmate said he would...
2015/07/09 22:55
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A former wine company boss who took bribes has been left with a bitter taste in his mouth after being sentenced to eight months home detention. Peter John Scutts, 59, was on Friday sentenced in the...
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2015/07/09 22:29
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Former wine boss and advertising executive Peter John Scutts has been sentenced to eight months home detention for taking kickbacks. Justice Mary Peters delivered her sentencing in the High Court at...
2015/07/09 18:54
2015/07/09 18:54
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Rainbow Warrior was the name Greenpeace gave the ship it intended to carry out deployments against environmental destruction at sea at the end of the 1970s. The name was inspired by the Cree people...
2015/07/09 17:16
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Motel operator suing for $3m says Westpac misrepresented benefit. Westpac says it sent a disclosure statement setting out the risks and costs of the transaction.Picture / Brendon O'Hagan Interest...
2015/07/09 03:23
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A man who stabbed two men two death at a South Auckland pawn shop in a "senseless and unprovoked" attack will spend at least 17 years in jail. Zarn Tarapata (26) was found guilty of the murders of...
2015/07/29 04:23
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