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  1. Young Auckland woman and partner named as accused killer in Brendon Hamilton murder c

    A 19-year-old woman charged with the murder of her partner and father of her child can now be named.Rikki-Lee Te Mauriora Simeon's suppression order lapsed todayduring a hearing in the High Court at...
  2. Taupō anti-child abuse campaigner Tracy Livingstone betrayed community, court hears

    The founder of a child abuse prevention group who put a curse on the family of a police complainant in a Facebook post and stole from a charitable group has been ordered to repay the money.Taupō...
  3. Government makes drug court permanent in justice shake-up

    Specialist drug and alcohol courts in Auckland will be made permanent and a new one will be opened in Hamilton, Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced as part of a pre-election-year promise for...
  4. Canterbury uni student Mason Pendrous' death will remain a mystery ? coroner

    The family of a University of Canterbury student whose body lay unnoticed in campus accommodation for two to four weeks will "never know what he died of", a coroner has concluded. Mason Drake...
  5. Alleged killer of Auckland toddler Malcolm Bell named as Phillip Welsh

    An Auckland man accused of murdering a 16-month-old boy can now be named before a trial next year.Phillip John Welsh appeared this morning in the High Court at Auckland after being arrested and...
  6. Manslaughter trial: Niwhai Bryan died from neck compression, court hears

    Niwhai Bryan died from a neck compression applied when he had a very high level of alcohol in his body.That was the conclusion reached by the forensic pathologist who conducted an autopsy on the...
  7. Man who killed friend in high-speed alcohol-fuelled crash will still drink when parol

    A Central Otago man who killed his friend in a high-speed alcohol-fuelled crash says he will continue drinking once released from prison and his special conditions have ended.Scott David Millar (21)...
  8. Meet New Zealand's newest Queen's Counsels

    Eight New Zealand lawyers, including a prominent University of Auckland professor, have been appointed Queen's Counsel under a new process that includes a commitment to improving access to...
  9. Judge acquits senior lawyer accused of indecent assault

    A senior lawyer accused of "groping" a woman's backside inside a busy courtroom has been exonerated by a judge who found the contact was accidental.The lawyer was found not guilty of indecent assault...
  10. Corrupt Auckland cop revealed as informant for criminal underworld within NZ Police

    A corrupt former cop has today been revealed as a mole for organised criminals in the New Zealand Police.Vili Taukolo was a highly-paid informant for the criminal underworld during a 15-month period...
  11. Woman who went on Tinder date with Grace Millane's killer speaks out

    The woman who went on a Tinder date with Grace Millane's killer while her body lay in his apartment says she was so unnerved, she lied to him about where her car was parked.In an opinion piece...
  12. Man who feigned illness to escape police sentenced to prison

    A man who feigned illness to escape police custody before leaping over a fence with the help of a dog kennel and sparking a manhunt has been jailed. It was also not the first time Michael Luke...
  13. 'Lies are easy to spot too': Woman who went on Tinder date with Grace Millane's kille

    "How on earth could this man be having a drink with me while her body was back in his apartment?"The woman who went on a Tinder date with Grace Millane's killer while her body lay in his apartment...
  14. 'Lies are easy to spot too': Woman who went on Tinder date with Grace Millane's kille

    The woman who went on a Tinder date with Grace Millane's killer while her body lay in his apartment has spoken about her experience.In an opinion piece written for Newshub, the woman wrote that her...
  15. Man who killed friend in high-speed alcohol-fuelled crash says he will continue drink

    A Central Otago man who killed his friend in a high-speed alcohol-fuelled crash says he will continue drinking once released from prison.Scott David Millar, 21, recently had his sentence reduced by...
  16. 'Black Widow' murderer Helen Milner wins right to test body parts of husband she pois

    The Court of Appeal has granted Christchurch woman Helen Milner's bid for further scientific testing of her dead husband's body parts.Milner dubbed the "Black Widow", was convicted of the murder of...
  17. Inquest reopens into fatal truck crash that killed Spanish tourists in 2009

    An inquest is being held into the deaths of two Spanish tourists in a crash near Kawakawa almost a decade ago.Joan Roma Serra and his partner Eva Fajula Rovira, both 34, were in a campervan that was...
  18. NZ sports star pleads not guilty to meth supply charge

    One of the biggest names in New Zealand sport has pleaded not guilty over his alleged role in the importation and supply of methamphetamine.However, he still cannot be named.The interim name...
  19. NZ sports star pleads not guilty to meth supply charge

    A sporting star has pleaded not guilty over his alleged role in the importation and supply of methamphetamine.However, he still cannot be named.The interim name suppression order was extended by the...
  20. First convicted human trafficker in NZ released from prison after accepting 'morally

    The first person to be convicted of human trafficking in New Zealand has been granted parole after serving a third of his sentence. Faroz Ali was sentenced to nine and a half years' imprisonment in...
  21. 'It made me sick' - Victim of Auckland bunny burglar spent thousands on security to p

    A victim of the former financial executive caught stealing rabbits says he spent thousands of dollars on alarms, flood lights and security cameras to protect his surviving animals."He stole six of my...
  22. Homophobic attack on MediaWorks reporter Aziz Al-Sa'afin, offender sentenced to home

    The man who assaulted reporter Aziz Al-Sa'afin in central Auckland has been sentenced to 11 months' home detention. Joden Martin faced the possibility of prison for the unprovoked attack on...
  23. Arthur Brown's killer jailed for life: 'All my daughter has of her father are stories

    Atiliai Brown now wonders how she can ever explain to her daughter that her father was gunned down just days before she was born."No words can ever describe how I felt, or continually feel, since the...
  24. Top NZ horse trainer Stephen McKee appeals $370k reparation to young paralysed rider

    One of New Zealand's top racehorse trainers is appealing against his sentence after being ordered to pay $370,000 in reparation to a stable hand - who had hoped to become a jockey - who was left a...
  25. Unmasking the rabbit thief: Why financial executive's case was kept secret by the cou

    For more than two years a blanket suppression order prevented the Herald from telling the story of one of Auckland's most bizarre crimes.After fighting a legal battle to lift the gag order, the...
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