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  1. Domestic violence killing: Karen Anne Ruddelle sentenced to home detention

    A South Auckland woman has been sentenced to home detention for the manslaughter of her partner - who she stabbed to death after years of domestic violence.And the judge who heard her case said he...
  2. 30 Kiwis deported from Australia on two charter flights

    Thirty Kiwis were deported to New Zealand earlier this week on two charter flights, including a man who assaulted a Brisbane police officer. Seven of the group will be subject to the returning...
  3. No safety briefing before fatal Hawke's Bay helicopter crash

    Flying company Helicopters Hawke's Bay has been fined $6750 for a breach of flying regulations uncovered in an investigation of a fatal crash two years ago.But the Civil Aviation Authority says the...
  4. Numerous failings that led to Dunedin toddler's death revealed in coroner's findings

    The death of a Dunedin toddler who was repeatedly discharged from hospital has implications for emergency departments nationwide, a coroner says.More than a year since the inquest into the death of...
  5. Grace Millane murder: Killer appeals conviction and 17-year minimum jail sentence

    Grace Millane's killer will appeal his conviction and prison sentence today.In February the man, who has name suppression, was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum period of 17 years for...
  6. Grace Millane murder: Accused's actions 'inexcusable' but trial process 'miscarried'

    The man convicted of murdering Grace Millane acted inexcusably after her death but the trial that found him guilty was flawed, an appeal has heard today.His legal team have argued that the jury was...
  7. Christchurch mosque shootings: Brenton Tarrant prison bill to cost taxpayers $3.6m -

    Special security measures for locking up the Christchurch mosque gunman will cost taxpayers $3.6 million over two years, newly released documents reveal.The cost averages just under $4932 per day -...
  8. Police officer shooting: Murder accused keeps his name secret following an appeal

    The man accused of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt will continue to keep name suppression for now. Hunt, 28, was allegedly murdered during a routine traffic stop on Reynella Drive in Massey on June...
  9. Benjamin Swann retrial: Teacher accused of sexually abusing young boys

    The mum of a boy allegedly sexually abused by Benjamin Swann has relived the moment her son confided in her and spoken of "how much he hated what had happened". Swann, a teacher, is being retried on...
  10. Sex offender called victim despite being under 24-hour-a-day monitoring

    A high-risk sex offender managed to call his victim despite being under 24-hour-a-day monitoring, a court has heard.Zac Hakes (23) appeared in the Dunedin District Court on Friday, where Judge...
  11. Prince Andrew accused in Ghislaine Maxwell court documents as 'having orgy with under

    Prince Andrew has been accused in Ghislaine Maxwell's court documents of having "an orgy with numerous other under-aged girls".He is also allegedly the "powerful individual" Jeffrey Epstein's "sex...
  12. Disgraced Dunedin financial adviser: Barry Kloogh's predatory behaviour unmasked

    When Chris Churcher lost his fight with cancer in 2019, he died believing he was leaving his family financially secure.Four days later, the Serious Fraud Office raided the premises of his financial...
  13. Appeal win: Blogger Dermot Nottingham's home detention for 'hate-filled' posts ends

    A New Zealand blogger who represented himself at New Zealand's highest court has successfully argued for his home detention to end after being convicted for a series of "hate-filled" posts and...
  14. Men sentenced to jail for home invasion death; hog-tied victim suffocated

    Two men who broke into an Auckland home where they bashed and "hog tied" their victim before leaving him suffocating to death on a bed have been sentenced to 10-year jail terms.Don Ekeroma, 35, and...
  15. Who is 'Kiwipedo'? NZ man in dark web child exploitation loses name suppression

    WARNING: This story contains descriptions and language associated with child sex offending. A New Zealand man dubbed "Kiwipedo" on the dark web who tried to buy a child to sexually abuse for $15,000...
  16. Raglan shooting: Community detention for man who bought gun for accused murderer

    The man who bought a gun for a friend that was allegedly used in the killing of Australian tourist Sean McKinnon has been sentenced to six months' community detention.Roderick James Finlayson thought...
  17. Police officer shooting: Murder accused keeps name secret for now

    The man accused of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt will keep name suppression for now. Hunt, 28, was allegedly murdered during a routine traffic stop on Reynella Drive in Massey on June 19. A...
  18. Dark web abuse case: NZ man pleads guilty to trying to buy a child for $15,000

    WARNING: This story contains descriptions and language associated with child sex offending. A New Zealand man calling himself "Kiwipedo" on the dark web has admitted trying to buy a child for $15,000...
  19. Dark web child abuse case: NZ man on trial pleads out

    WARNING: This story contains descriptions and language associated with child sex offending. A New Zealand man accused of using the dark web to try procure a child for sexual abuse and possessing 417...
  20. Man pleads guilty to Rotoma crash that injured eight, left one a paraplegic

    The man responsible for a crash near Rotorua that injured eight Opotiki Primary School staff, leaving one of them a paraplegic, has pleaded guilty.Patariki Kiel-Bidois, a first-time offender, pleaded...
  21. Hamilton Covid hotel dash: Family admit escape bid from managed isolation

    A woman and her three children have admitted trying to escape quarantine from a Hamilton hotel and pleaded guilty in court this afternoon.The woman, 37, and her children aged 18, 17, 16 and 12, fled...
  22. Sexual assault complaint: Nine-month wait for action

    Originally published by The Spinoff In October 2019, she laid a complaint of sexual assault. Police say they're still waiting for a free detective to assign to the case. Emily Writes reports. For...
  23. China accuses NZ of 'gross interference' in its internal affairs over Hong Kong move

    China has accused New Zealand of "gross interference in China's internal affairs" after NZ's decision to suspend its extradition treaty with Hong Kong.Ambassador Wu Xi said China had lodged its grave...
  24. Mum who bribed 5yo daughter to be 'sexual plaything' was reported to Oranga Tamariki

    The Minister for Children is demanding answers from Oranga Tamariki over its handling of reports of concern about a little girl used as a "sexual plaything" by her own mother. The Herald can today...
  25. Election 2020: Foreign Minister Winston Peters on potential retaliation from China af

    Foreign Minister Winston Peters said he cannot forecast if New Zealand will face repercussions from China after we suspended our extradition treaty with Hong Kong.The suspension was announced...
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