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  1. Kawhia shooting: Accused sold 'pounds' of cannabis from family property, but denies h

    A man defending serious charges after the violent break-in of his home, has admitted selling "pounds" of cannabis from his family property, but not his house.In the afternoon session in the High...
  2. Findings of Serious Fraud Office probe into NZ First Foundation released

    Two people are facing charges after a Serious Fraud Office investigation into the NZ First Foundation.The pair have been charged with obtaining by deception. The charges were filed on September...
  3. Election 2020: Advance NZ files injunction against MediaWorks over exclusion from min

    Advance NZ has filed an urgent injunction against MediaWorks today after being excluded from the minor parties leaders' debate.Co-leaders Billy Te Kahika and former National Party MP Jami-Lee Ross...
  4. Co-defendant of former CBL boss Peter Harris takes suppression fight in SFO case to C

    The man facing fraud allegations alongside former CBL chief executive Peter Harris will continue his fight for secrecy.Harris and his co-defendant were charged by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) last...
  5. Six-figure payout after woman tragically killed in sawmill accident

    A woman who was tragically killed when she was pulled into a giant wood sorting machine might be alive today if there was a safety guard, according to Worksafe.The Government workplace health and...
  6. Kawhia shooting: Wife fled with children on hips as gunshots rang out in darkness

    As four men, two who were armed, chased after her husband, Taryn Williams pushed her two small children out a bedroom window before propping them up on each hip and running for their lives.She kept...
  7. Kawhia shooting: Wife fled with children on hips as gunshots rang out in darkness

    As four men, two who were armed, chased after her husband, Taryn Williams pushed her two small children out a bedroom before propping them up on each hip and running for their lives.She kept running...
  8. Abuse in Care: Six-year-old adopted boy denied school, abused in state care

    A six-year-old boy who couldn't spell cat and didn't know his last name was sent to an institution where he was put to work and abused for the next 13 years. Intellectual disabilities support...
  9. Trump nominates conservative Amy Coney Barrett for US Supreme Court

    US President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday (US time), capping a dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and...
  10. Napier teen who stole two police cars in a night while handcuffed jailed for 20 month

    A teenager's lockdown escapade involving stealing two police cars has resulted in him being locked up again, after an appearance in Napier District Court.Malcolm Wallace, 19, was sentenced to a year...
  11. Lawyer who took caveats on client's properties ordered to pay $20,000 for interfering

    A lawyer who charged a client $19,000 to access his personal file and put caveats on the man's 11 properties to recoup unpaid fees has been stung $20,000 for causing humiliation and interfering with...
  12. Woman's near miss with money laundering, scammers use unwitting helper on Facebook

    A woman who believes she unwittingly aided an online scam has spoken of her shock, saying that she nearly committed money laundering. The recent graduate, who did not want to be named, said she was...
  13. Comancheros trial: Jury hears bugged car conversations about alleged $1m drug deal

    Conversations intercepted by police between an alleged drug smuggler and an Australian hairdresser fighting over an possible million-dollar drug deal allegedly for the Comancheros gang have been...
  14. Abuse in Care: Lake Alice survivor calls for psychiatrist Dr Selwyn Leeks to be held

    The Crown has been accused of protecting a psychiatrist himself accused of using electroconvulsive therapy and anti-psychotic drugs as "torture" on children he'd misdiagnosed at Lake Alice Hospital....
  15. Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry: Lake Alice survivor dies during lockdown,

    A survivor of "disgraceful" abuse in state mental health units died of cancer during lockdown before he could present his evidence to the Abuse in Care Royal Commission. Patrick Stevens - not his...
  16. Ex-teacher Benjamin Swann jailed for three years

    A former Auckland teacher has been jailed for three years for sexually abusing boys. Benjamin Christopher Missi Swann, 57, this year faced a retrial in the High Court at Auckland, on 10 charges of...
  17. Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry: Sexually abused man still fighting for apo

    A man who was sexually abused while in state care has called the process of seeking redress "disgusting", saying the Crown spent close to $2 million fighting his claim, worth $35,000. "People are...
  18. The Govt manager and the spy cam - appeal against discharge without conviction, suppr

    Police say a judge made errors when she granted a porn-addicted Government manager who planted a spy camera in a gym bathroom a discharge without conviction and permanently suppressed his name.They...
  19. Rangiora crash accused Niklas Gebhardt strips naked in police station, asks to be jai

    A father accused of killing his young son in a fiery car crash walked into a Christchurch police station, took his clothes off, and pleaded to be jailed. Niklas Gebhardt, 30, was charged with...
  20. The Govt manager and the spy cam - appeal against discharge without conviction, suppr

    Police say a judge made errors when she granted a porn-addicted Government manager who planted a spy camera in a gym bathroom a discharge without conviction and permanently suppressed his name.They...
  21. Kawhia shooting: 'Victim leaning forward, likely running' when shot in the back

    A man fatally shot after fleeing a house he had earlier been involved breaking into, was likely "leaning more forward" and running at the time, a court has heard.Faalili Moleli Fauatea, 23, died soon...
  22. Supreme Court turns away appeal over Mahana Estates dispute between Las Vegas casino

    A businessman ordered to pay $3.3 million to two Las Vegas casino executives over a failed Nelson vineyard partnership has lost a final appeal bid at the Supreme Court.Glenn Schaeffer, an...
  23. Abuse in Care: Lake Alice survivor dies during lockdown, evidence read on behalf

    A survivor of "disgraceful" abuse in state mental health units died of cancer during lockdown before he could present his evidence to the Abuse in Care Royal Commission. Patrick Stevens - not his...
  24. Kawhia shooting: Accused sold drugs from family home; shot at intruders, Crown says

    Four men who broke into the rural family home of a Kawhia man who sold drugs were warned he was likely to "shoot" anyone who would try to steal from him.And murder-accused Orren Scott Williams, 37,...
  25. Local Focus: Has NZ gone too far with law and order? Tauranga candidates talk tough

    New Zealand has one of the highest prison populations per capita in the developed world, more Māori than other groups are in prison, and prisons are expensive to run. Does this all mean we've gone...
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