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  1. Covid 19 coronavirus: 'Blanket ban' on managed isolation/quarantine exemptions questi

    By RNZ A legal academic says the Ministry of Health appears unsure if a "blanket ban" on compassionate exemptions from managed isolation is legal.A High Court Judge questioned the legality of the...
  2. Ghislaine Maxwell seeks bail citing coronavirus, denies Jeffrey Epstein charges

    By RNZ Ghislaine Maxwell, the longtime associate of late financier Jeffrey Epstein, on Friday (US time) forcefully denied charges she lured underage girls for him to sexually abuse and said she...
  3. Trump commutes longtime friend Roger Stone's prison sentence

    US President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of his longtime political confidant Roger Stone on Friday (US time), just days before he was set to report to prison. The move, short of a full pardon,...
  4. The Johnny Depp disaster movie: Behind the headlines of Hollywood's wild child

    As compelling, lurid, headline-grabbing dramas go, it's proving to be his biggest blockbuster in years. Over four astonishing days this week, Hollywood A-lister Johnny Depp, once the highest-paid...
  5. Hamilton isolation escapee held in jail after alleged brazen booze run

    A Queenstown man who allegedly escaped from hotel quarantine in Hamilton has been has been sent to Spring Hill prison.Martin McVicar, aged 52, appeared in the Hamilton District Court via audio visual...
  6. 'Monster' ex-scout leader sentenced to preventive detention for abusing five children

    A former scout leader has been sentenced to preventive detention for sexually abusing five children.The sentence was handed down to James Morris, also known as Ian Charles Phipps, today in the High...
  7. Hamilton isolation escapee: Man appears in court over brazen booze run

    A Queenstown man who allegedly escaped from hotel quarantine in Hamilton has been remanded in custody.Martin McVicar, aged 52, appeared in the Hamilton District Court via audio visual link this...
  8. Covid-19 coronavirus: Michelle Boag says Ministry of Health sent her patient details

    National Party stalwart Michelle Boag has said the Ministry of Health regularly sent to her personal email address details regarding Covid-19 patients.She believed all emergency services, including...
  9. Michelle Boag: Ministry of Health sent me Covid-19 patient details

    National Party stalwart Michelle Boag has said the Ministry of Health regularly sent her personal email address details regarding Covid-19 patients.She believed all emergency services, including...
  10. Recidivist drink-driver Brent Aickin jailed over east Auckland crash that killed his

    A recidivist drink-driver who killed his passenger in a crash, just a few hundred metres from the bar they had been drinking at, has been jailed. Brent Lawrence Aickin was one of more than 17,000...
  11. Dark web drug smuggler Timothy Fearn narrowly avoids jail

    The leader of a dark web underground drug smuggling ring has narrowly avoided a stint behind bars. Timothy Robert Fearn, 33, imported packages of methamphetamine and ecstasy into New Zealand from the...
  12. Recidivist drink-driver who killed his passenger jailed

    A recidivist drink-driver who killed his passenger in a crash, just a few hundred metres from the bar they had been drinking at, has been jailed. Brent Lawrence Aickin was one of more than 17,000 New...
  13. Systemic bias? Justice system report shows very different views from minority groups

    Minority groups have very different views of the criminal justice system, but the Justice Ministry won't say if that is a sign of a sector plagued by systemic bias.The Social Wellbeing and...
  14. NZME v Nine judgment over potential sale of Stuff to remain redacted for 6 months, Hi

    Redactions made to a court judgment after the Herald's owner NZME's attempt to buy media company Stuff will remain for another six months, a judge has ruled.Justice Sarah Katz also said the...
  15. Police watchdog rules non-fatal shooting after Blenheim pursuit was self-defence

    The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that an officer, who feared for his life, was justified in shooting an offender who ran towards him with a knife.On July 28 last year, a man stole a...
  16. NZME v Nine judgment over potential sale of Stuff to remain redacted for 6 months, Hi

    Redactions made to a court judgment after the Herald's owner NZME attempt to buy media company Stuff will remain for another six months, a judge has ruled.Justice Sarah Katz also said the publication...
  17. America's Cup case: Team NZ fights NZME in the High Court to contain 'scandalous alle

    Team New Zealand is fighting to prevent the Herald from publishing details of a report by forensic accountants, which the yachting syndicate's lawyer claims contains "scandalous allegations".A legal...
  18. Queen St forex broker Russell Maher jailed over $1.55m fraud

    A foreign exchange broker who defrauded his clients of $1.55 million by using forged documents has been jailed.Russell Maher appeared today in the Auckland District Court and was sentenced by Judge...
  19. Teen murderer Haami Hanara escaped more than an hour before Oranga Tamariki staff not

    Teenage convicted murderer Haami Hanara smashed through a reinforced window at a South Auckland Youth Justice Facility and traversed a roof before escaping via the staff carpark - and police were not...
  20. Company fined $293,000 after worker's hand trapped in machinery

    A company has been fined $293,000 after a worker's hand was trapped in machinery for 10 minutes in a horror workplace injury.The female employee has likely lost the full use of her hand after getting...
  21. Covid 19 coronavirus: Justice system struggling with massive jury trial backlog

    By Anneke Smith of RNZ Defendants awaiting trial by jury are facing months of delays as courts grapple with backlogs caused by Covid-19.The pandemic disrupted courts in a way not seen since the...
  22. Killer on the run: Teen murderer Haami Hanara missing from Youth Justice facility sin

    A teenager jailed for life for brutally murdering a Flaxmere man when he was 14 has escaped from a Youth Justice facility - and has been on the run for 24 hours.The Herald can reveal that Haami...
  23. Convicted paedophile who worked on What Now also worked with kids at NZ Football

    A convicted paedophile who worked on kids' TV show What Now and now faces serious child sexual abuse image charges also worked with minors at NZ Football, the Herald on Sunday can reveal.This is...
  24. Christchurch mosque shooting: Gunman's sentencing confirmed to start on August 24

    The highly-anticipated sentencing of the Christchurch mosque gunman, which has been delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, will begin on August 24 in the city his terror attack took place and could last...
  25. Sir Ron Brierley gets Overseas Investment Office consent to sell stake in Orams Marin

    An Australian company has won government consent to buy assets from Sydney-based multi-millionaire octogenarian businessman Sir Ron Brierley, who faces criminal charges in that country.This week, the...
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