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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Clan lab bust: Accused in court granted interim name suppression

    A 45-year-old Mt Roskill man has appeared in court on a slew of serious drug and firearms charges. The 10 charges come after police from the National Organised Crime Group raided residential...
  4. Auckland constable Sean Doak wins appeal over Taser conviction after high-speed chase

    An Auckland police officer has won an appeal and seen his conviction quashed for illegally presenting a Taser at a woman.Constable Sean Mathew Doak faced two charges over wielding a Taser at a woman...
  5. Paedophile who worked on What Now had 'girls' underwear and whips'

    A convicted paedophile who worked on children's TV show What Now kept girls' underwear, school uniforms and whips in his bedroom, and had amassed thousands of child sexual abuse images from the...
  6. Dimetrius Pairama murder: Teen unfit to stand trial will be held in secure facility

    A judge has ruled on what will happen to a teenage girl - earlier deemed unfit to stand trial - who allegedly helped kidnap, torture and murder Dimetrius Pairama. The mentally impaired youth, who...
  7. Former Lower Hutt teacher sentenced for historical sex offending against student

    An ex teacher from Lower Hutt has been given home detention for sex offences against a student more than 30 years ago.The 73-year-old's victim has described how she once threw herself out of a moving...
  8. Golf cart meth bust case: Man admits smuggling class A drug into New Zealand

    A man accused of importing 110kg of methamphetamine into New Zealand, concealed in golf carts, has admitted the offending. This morning in the High Court at Auckland, Chiu Tan Yu pleaded guilty to...
  9. The number of Māori women imprisoned without conviction has nearly doubled after law

    Almost half of the women imprisoned in New Zealand have not been convicted of the crime that is keeping them behind bars. A sweeping 2013 law change designed to create greater bail hurdles for...
  10. Children's Commissioner lobbies for mandatory police vetting after paedophile landed

    The Children's Commissioner is lobbying for mandatory police vetting for anyone who works with children following revelations a convicted paedophile landed a job on kids' TV show What Now.Judge...
  11. Patched gang member escapes from custody at Auckland District Court by allegedly posi

    Police are appealing to the public for sightings of patched gang member William Tuitupou who escaped from custody at the Auckland District Court today.The 48-year-old man allegedly posed as another...
  12. Lawyer convicted for trying to hoodwink Overseas Investment Office investigation

    A Korean lawyer who lied to the Overseas Investment Office and drafted a fake loan document to conceal his ruse has been convicted and fined more than $60,000.It has been described as a terrible...
  13. Marlborough Sounds Hope-Smart murders: Scott Watson granted new appeal

    STAY IN THE KNOW. SIGN UP TO OUR DAILY NEWSLETTERS HERE. The man convicted of one of New Zealand's most intriguing murder puzzles has been given a new appeal. Justice Minister Andrew Little said...
  14. Marlborough Sounds Hope-Smart murders: Scott Watson granted new appeal

    The man convicted of one of New Zealand's most intriguing murder puzzles has been given a new appeal. Justice Minister Andrew Little said yesterday Scott Watson's convictions for the 1998 murders of...
  15. Lawyer convicted for trying to hoodwink Overseas Investment Office investigation

    A Korean lawyer who lied to the Overseas Investment Office and drafted a fake loan document to conceal his ruse has been convicted and fined more than $60,000.It has been described as terrible "fall...
  16. Former Breakers player Glen Rice Jr left for Texas despite facing assault charge

    Former Breakers player Glen Rice Jr has been allowed to leave the country and return to the United States despite facing a serious violence charge.The 29-year-old American was arrested last November...
  17. Paedophile worked on kids' TV show What Now: Jason Gunn's Whitebait Media apologises

    A convicted paedophile who had abused underage girls was hired to work on producing popular children's TV show What Now.The case has exposed serious holes in protocols set up to ensure those employed...
  18. Gang raids: More police actions against Mongols members - AK47s seized, arrests

    A further three search warrants have targeted the Mongols motorcycle gang in Waikato and Bay of Plenty today. Over the past two days police have carried out eighteen search warrants as part of the...
  19. Police sting alleged Comanchero money-laundering operation - $650,000 worth of assets

    Police have raided several properties in a major sting against a criminal syndicate allegedly involved in providing money-laundering services for the Comanchero motorcycle gang.Three men have been...
  20. Lawyer Boon Hong struck-off after transferring client's property into his name and tr

    An Auckland lawyer who betrayed his client by transferring their property into his name before trying to evict them has been struck-off, while another who used $265,000 of client funds to buy a...
  21. Conviction quashed after 13 lawyers didn't answer the phone

    A Christchurch man who was unable to talk to a lawyer while in custody has had his conviction quashed.In June 2016, police pulled over Zane Kerr as he drove very slowly down the road with the car's...
  22. Conviction quashed after lawyers didn't answer phone

    A Christchurch man who was unable to talk to a lawyer while in custody has had his conviction quashed.In June 2016, police pulled over Zane Kerr as he drove very slowly down the road with the car's...
  23. Lawyers say Sexual Violence Bill is 'flawed', fear changes may compromise right to a

    The New Zealand Bar Association says a proposed law for sexual violence cases is "flawed" and could risk the fundamental right to a fair trial.Concerns that some provisions of the Sexual Violence...
  24. Torbay party murder: Killer sentenced to life imprisonment after stabbing and stompin

    Warning: Graphic content. An Auckland man has been jailed for life after fatally stabbing and stomping on another man's head.Christopher Kane Te Kawa Simeon, 27, was sentenced today for murdering...
  25. Massey police shooting: Woman in court charged with being accessory to murder

    A woman charged with being an accessory to the alleged murder of Constable Matthew Hunt has been refused name suppression, despite her lawyer claiming she received a "barrage of threats" and is in...
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