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  1. Wanted businessman to fight Australian extradition request over alleged multi-million

    A Chinese businessman, who was living undetected in New Zealand, will fight an extradition request by the Australian Government over an alleged multimillion-dollar tax fraud.Li Zhang, 56, briefly...
  2. Family driven off road and children thrown from car in 'racially motivated' road rage

    A young man has admitted a prolonged and vicious "racially motivated" road rage attack on a family in which he rammed their car off the road, sending two children flying through the air.Fraser Milne,...
  3. Secret recording appears to show Northland trucking boss telling driver to fabricate

    A secret video recording of a Northland trucking boss reveals he appeared to have told an employee to manipulate his logbook or risk being fired.It was played out in Auckland's High Court on Monday...
  4. Former trustee of Far North Māori fund Stephen Henare admits stealing $1m midway thro

    A former trustee of a Far North Māori trust has admitted stealing $1 million with the help of his sister less than halfway through his High Court trial.Stephen Henare pleaded guilty to five charges...
  5. US authorities catch Waiheke Island man exploiting missing children online

    WARNING: This story contains descriptions and language associated with child sex offending.Authorities in the United States searching the dark corners of the internet for missing children were led to...
  6. Terrorism charge will give accused Christchurch shooter 'megaphone', law professor sa

    The decision to charge the accused Christchurch gunman under the Terrorism Suppression Act risks giving the accused a "megaphone" to spout his white supremacist views, a law expert says.University of...
  7. Prosecution of accused mosque gunman would be country's first under Terrorism Suppres

    Brenton Tarrant is the first person in New Zealand history to be charged under section 6A of the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002.And a constitutional law expert says, if convicted, the accused gunman...
  8. Auckland man admits 'vicious' homophobic attack on NZ reporter Aziz Al-Sa'afin

    A man accused of a vicious homophobic attack on a New Zealand journalist has admitted to carrying out the unprovoked assault.Joden Martin, 20, appeared this afternoon in the Auckland District Court...
  9. Architect of Jindarat Prutsiriporn's kidnapping and death takes case to Court of Appe

    The man who orchestrated the kidnapping of an Auckland mother of three using the Head Hunters' hit squad is appealing his manslaughter conviction.Seng Lek Liev was sentenced to 12 years and four...
  10. Man charged after alleged grievous bodily harm in Auckland prison

    Police have charged a man over an alleged assault that hospitalised an inmate at Paremoremo prison. A 35-year-old has been charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and is...
  11. Former trustee of Far North Māori fund accused of swindling $1m in Serious Fraud Offi

    A former trustee of a Far North Māori trust left just $150 in the fund after allegedly stealing some $1 million with the help of his sister.Stephen Henare, who is on trial in the High Court at...
  12. Architect of Jindarat Prutsiriporn's kidnapping and death takes case to Court of Appe

    The man who orchestrated the kidnapping of an Auckland mother of three using the Head Hunters' hit squad is appealing his convictions.Seng Lek Liev was sentenced to 12 years and four months'...
  13. Raglan sex attack: Man arrested, charged with kidnapping and unlawful sexual connecti

    Police have arrested and charged a man following an incident which saw a woman threatened and assaulted in the early hours of Wednesday morning.A 27-year-old was charged with kidnapping and two...
  14. Fine after man intentionally caused pregnant partner to crash

    A trainee barber who intentionally caused his pregnant partner to crash her car will shoulder a bill of more than $8500, a court has heard.Carlos Patangata (27) had been drinking after competing in a...
  15. 'Malicious and nasty' blogger accuses former MP of perjury, asks court to release the

    A "malicious and nasty" blogger, who was convicted of criminal harassment and breaching court orders, has now accused a former parliamentarian of perjury.Dermot Gregory Nottingham was found guilty of...
  16. Dragons' Den star Paul Webb and his business associate lose appeal over tax evasion

    A former Dragons' Den star, his business partner and their marina-related companies have failed in a bid to overturn their convictions for tax evasion.Paul Webb, who rose to prominence in 2006 as a...
  17. Parole denied for the nanny behind Epsom baby kidnapping

    The young nanny who orchestrated an elaborate plot, including a fake pregnancy, to kidnap a newborn baby remains a risk to the community and will stay behind bars, the Parole Board has ruled.Nadene...
  18. Jury unable to reach verdicts in trial of Auckland school teacher accused of abusing

    After three days of deliberations a jury has been unable to reach verdicts in the trial of an Auckland school teacher accused of committing an indecent act on seven boys.Benjamin Swann was on trial...
  19. Auckland bartender will defend manslaughter charge over 'serious assault' on Queen St

    A young Auckland bartender accused of killing a man in central Auckland will defend the manslaughter charge.Joseph Antonio Halaholo Larson, 20, appeared today for his first High Court appearance...
  20. Parole Board 'struggles' with man's claim he did not mean to hurt anybody

    A machete-wielding man who almost severed his victim's hand claims he did not mean to hurt anybody.The Parole Board, which saw 35-year-old Shaan Roker at Otago Corrections Facility last month, said...
  21. New High Court trial for prominent businessman accused of indecent assault and perver

    The trial of a prominent New Zealander, his business manager, and a well-known entertainer will now be held in the High Court.The trio's first trial, in the Auckland District Court, was aborted in...
  22. Peruvian holidaymaker who drunkenly indecently assaulted four women in Queenstown bar

    A Peruvian working holidaymaker who indecently assaulted four women in a Queenstown bar is unlikely to serve his community work sentence, a judge says.Judge John Brandts-Giesen sentenced Omer Jose...
  23. Eminem's company loses Supreme Court bid in National Party copyright case

    The Supreme Court has declined Eight Mile leave to appeal and Eminem's company has been ordered to pay $4500 in costs.American companies Eight Mile Style and Martin Affiliated, who co-own the...
  24. Fatal fall on Southern Motorway: Framework Services to conduct internal review after

    The agency which was helping the intellectually disabled man fatally injured when he fell from a moving van on an Auckland motorway will conduct an internal review into the tragedy.The middle-aged...
  25. Random testing for drug drivers 'urgently' needed to save innocent Kiwi lives

    The devastated son of an innocent couple killed in one of New Zealand's worst road crashes is calling for the Government to make rapid changes to improve police powers to test for drug driving. The...
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