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2015/04/21 01:16
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One of those sought for extradition alongside Kim Dotcom has turned up at a key hearing without a lawyer and the court told an application for legal aid has been made. Finn Batato told the High Court...
2015/04/21 01:16
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2015/04/20 23:54
2015/04/20 23:54
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Besieged internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is back in court fighting a decision not to allow his extradition hearing to be delayed four months. Dotcom and three former colleagues asked North Shore...
2015/04/20 03:23
2015/04/20 03:23
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The Cambridge Tce property in Papatoetoe where the incident happened. Photo Nz Herald. The man in his 30s, charged with murder, appeared in Manukau District Court this afternoon, where he was granted...
2015/04/17 17:16
2015/04/17 17:16
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An undercover agent played a key role in one of the country’s biggest drug investigations. Investigations editor Jared Savage reports. A police surveillance photograph shows Van Tran beside the van...
2015/04/17 09:54
2015/04/17 09:54
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High-flying businessman Alex van Heeren has been ordered by the High Court at Auckland to pay $US25 million ($NZ32.6m) as an interim payment to his former business partner, Michael Kidd. New...
2015/04/17 08:16
2015/04/17 08:16
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Mr van Heeren allegedly held on to assets worth at least US$47.5 million - including Taupo's Huka Lodge - when he severed a business partnership in 1991. A Dutch businessman has been ordered to pay...
2015/04/17 06:28
2015/04/17 06:28
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Lightbox, Sky TV, MediaWorks and TVNZ have confirmed they are progressing legal action against Call Plus and ByPass Networks Services, alleging breach of copyright. The joint statement follows...
2015/04/16 17:20
2015/04/16 17:20
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Wharf extension work continues unchecked. Ports of Auckland has opted not to halt construction pending the outcome of the June review. Photo / Dean Purcell A legal challenge to the lawfulness of two...
2015/04/14 00:23
2015/04/14 00:23
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A man who fractured the skull of a 10-month-old boy in his care and broke several of the child's bones has been jailed for three years. Eugene Paul Harris, 32, originally blamed the child's injuries...
2015/04/13 01:54
2015/04/13 01:54
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Lawyers acting for Perpetual Trust and law firm Stace Hammond are seeking access to documents and communication covered by legal privilege in a dispute involving the receiver of failed lender Capital...
2015/04/13 01:28
2015/04/13 01:28
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The thousands of investors eyeing up what might be the last avenue of recovery in the collapse of Capital + Merchant face further delay after a settlement dispute went back to court today. In March,...
2015/04/09 17:17
2015/04/09 17:17
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Lawyer Andrew Hooker at the High Court at Auckland. Photo / Greg Bowker The lawyer heading a legal fight against New Zealand's major banks over fees says he won't be throwing in the towel despite a...
2015/04/08 07:23
2015/04/08 07:23
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A blogger accused of breaching a high-profile name suppression has been granted name suppression himself. The 51-year-old appeared in Auckland District Court today facing two charges of contravening...
2015/04/07 17:16
2015/04/07 17:16
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... A Herald campaign, launched in 2012, to stop Ports of Auckland shrinking the Waitemata Harbour for commercial purposes has had its share of twists and turns. • The company's plan to extend...
2015/04/07 04:23
2015/04/07 04:23
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A convicted wife killer released on parole was sent back to jail after he was caught approaching prostitutes. Dean Raymond Purdy, 50, strangled his 23-year-old sex worker wife Debbie in Auckland with...
2015/04/01 16:17
2015/04/01 16:17
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A protestor opposed to development plans by Ports of Auckland. Photo / Chris Gorman Auckland Council has told Ports of Auckland to stop work on two wharf extensions or face the "thermonuclear"...
2015/04/01 16:16
2015/04/01 16:16
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Liquidators went to the High Court at Auckland seeking the full amount of the company's debts. Photo / File A former Forsyth Barr broker on the board of a failed internet provider acted recklessly...
2015/04/01 02:54
2015/04/01 02:54
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John Banks wants the Court of Appeal to recall its decision ordering a retrial on his charge of falsely declaring donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous. In the latest in a ongoing legal saga, Banks'...
2015/03/31 23:16
2015/03/31 23:16
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Businessman and philanthropist Hugh Green. Photo / Steven McNicholl The eldest daughter of the late businessman Hugh Green wants no appointments made to two trusts while she waits for a High Court...
2015/03/31 02:16
2015/03/31 02:16
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Millie Erceg (left) and Lynette Erceg, at the 2005 funeral of Michael Erceg. File photo / Brett Phibbs The mother of Michael Erceg has to pay $27,000 in "wasted" court costs to her daughter-in-law as...
2015/04/21 01:16
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