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2014/09/29 23:16
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Northlanders are more likely to gamble than the average New Zealander, a survey shows. More than two-thirds of Northlanders - 80,000 - say they have gambled in the past three months, making them 12...
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2014/09/28 18:54
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The trial of a man accused of murdering Auckland homeless man Steven Harris is due to start. Grenville Kookie Fahey earlier pleaded not guilty. He is accused of the murder of Mr Harris, who died in...
2014/09/24 22:16
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Capital + Merchant Finance collapsed in 2007 owing some $167.1 million to about 7,500 investors. Photo / Jason Dorday Capital + Merchant Finance receivers' case against the failed finance firm's...
2014/09/22 05:16
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Millie Elder-Holmes and Connor Morris. Photo / File The man accused of the murder of Connor Morris can now be named after his suppression appeal was abandoned. West Auckland man Michael Murray, 33,...
2014/09/16 19:55
2014/09/16 19:55
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A teenager who bashed a homeless man in central Auckland and left him to die is set to be sentenced for murder. Steven Ray Churchis, 18, was found guilty in July of murdering Edwin Linder, who was...
2014/09/15 05:23
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Walter George Tauatevalu, 37, has denied a charge of attempting to murder Sergeant Simon Tate but at the High Court in Auckland today he admitted an alternative count of causing grievous bodily harm...
2014/09/14 19:54
2014/09/14 19:54
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The trial of a man facing an attempted murder charge after a policeman was bashed from behind in south Auckland is due to begin. Walter George Tauatevalu pleaded not guilty to the charge when he...
2014/09/12 23:16
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Former Blue Chip company director Mark Bryers says he had worked for Talos as a consultant. Bankrupt Mark Bryers has tried to distance himself from a Blue Chip-style company in Australia but Herald...
2014/09/10 07:17
2014/09/10 07:17
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A well-known prison inmate and bush lawyer has appeared in court again, this time on a video screen, to fight for the right to vote in the election next week. From behind bars, Arthur Taylor took his...
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2014/09/09 22:55
2014/09/09 22:55
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Media companies have agreed not to publish personal details about blogger Cameron Slater which was allegedly hacked from his computer. Slater took court action against APN, Fairfax and Mediaworks...
2014/09/05 17:16
2014/09/05 17:16
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Blue Chip co-founder behind property investment scheme in Australia, writes Phil Taylor Bankrupt Mark Bryers is using the name Mark Ryan to run a business in Australia with many hallmarks of his...
2014/09/05 06:17
2014/09/05 06:17
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Whaleoil blogger Cameron Slater - Source: ONE News A High Court judge has temporarily restricted Whaledump from publishing any more hacked material, but has not restricted media from using any...
2014/09/05 03:16
2014/09/05 03:16
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Labour leader David Cunliffe. Photo / Michael Craig The hacked Whaleoil information was in the public domain and of "huge" public interest, Labour leader David Cunliffe said today ahead of a court...
2014/09/04 03:16
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Millie Elder-Holmes and Connor Morris.PHOTO/FILE The man accused of murdering Connor Morris will retain name suppression after his lawyer filed an appeal this afternoon. The 33-year-old West...
2014/08/29 06:54
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Vector, the Auckland electricity and gas network operator, has won a tax case against the Inland Revenue Department over a $53 million payment relating to access rights to its Auckland CBD tunnel. In...
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