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Boston Globe
Plymouth town employee charged for assaulting woman with pruning shearsto commit a crime, police said. Moyer was held at the Plymouth police station
Plymouth town employee charged for assaulting woman with pruning shears
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
to commit a crime, police said. Moyer was held at the Plymouth police station on $100,000 cash bail, police said. He is expected to appear in Plymouth District Court Friday morning. Police said Moyer was terminated from his position Friday morn... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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Northern Star
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
Northern Star / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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Queensland Times
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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News Mail
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by workertreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Milking cows had teats cut off with scissors by worker
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Taranaki contract milker fined for cutting teats off cowsand cutting them off with scissors.47-year-old Claudio Da Costa was convicted a
Taranaki contract milker fined for cutting teats off cows
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 11 days ago
and cutting them off with scissors.47-year-old Claudio Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court today.The Ministry for Primary Industries began an investigation after receiving a complaint to its... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Contract milker cut cows' teats off with scissorstreatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da
Contract milker cut cows' teats off with scissors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
treatment by teat amputation. "Teat occlusion using the method employed by Da Costa is a draconian practice with no place in modern dairy farming." Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Contract milker fined for cutting teats off cowsthem off with scissors.Forty-seven-year-old Claudio Da Costa was convicted and
Contract milker fined for cutting teats off cows
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 11 days ago
them off with scissors.Forty-seven-year-old Claudio Da Costa was convicted and fined $3,750 when he appeared in the New Plymouth District Court today.The Ministry for Primary Industries began an investigation after receiving a complaint to its... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Mail delivery of Ecstasy results in arrest of Plymouth mantrafficking, said Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz. Liam Irvin
Mail delivery of Ecstasy results in arrest of Plymouth man
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 18 days ago
trafficking, said Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz. Liam Irving of Plymouth, was arraigned Wednesday in Plymouth District Court on one count of trafficking a Class B drug over 100 grams. Irving pleaded not guilty to the charge.... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fewer Kiwis receiving name suppressionJustice revealed two outlying courts granted 42.5% of the country's total perma
Fewer Kiwis receiving name suppression
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
Justice revealed two outlying courts granted 42.5% of the country's total permanent name suppression orders in 2011. New Plymouth District Court granted 204 people name suppression in 2011 - more than any other court in the five years combined.... Read more

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