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  1. Auckland Council went too far raiding the home of a local politician, says judge

    Auckland Council went too far when it raided the home of a local politician searching for evidence to prosecute him for work on his property, a judge has found.An investigator, three council...
  2. Bachcare guilty: Holiday accommodation site admits misleading consumers

    Holiday accommodation booking giant Bachcare has admitted misleading consumers by deleting online reviews. The property and management company pleaded guilty in the Auckland District Court to charges...
  3. Third strike: Grey Lynn dairy lookout jailed 14 years despite not entering shop durin

    WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT A man who acted as lookout for a teen offender during a violent dairy robbery where a mother and son were stabbed in Auckland last year has been jailed for 14 years.Ngatama...
  4. Judge to hold the key to protected information for reviews into wrongful convictions

    An independent body to review miscarriages of justice looks set to be able to consider privileged or confidential information such as lawyer-client communications - as long as a judge gives the green...
  5. Supreme Court dismisses second appeal by West Auckland man jailed for sex assault on

    New Zealand's highest court has rejected another appeal by a convicted sex offender who assaulted his drunk mate.In June last year Glendene man Peter James Brooks, 53, was sentenced to eight years in...
  6. Injured car crash victim robbed by Danny Leef 'thrilled' offender finally named

    A woman robbed by South Auckland man Danny Leef as she lay badly injured in her wrecked car has spoken of her anguish at being taken to hospital as a "Jane Doe" because her ID had been stolen. ...
  7. Serial offender, who robbed injured crash victim, loses permanent suppression fight w

    A serial offender convicted of robbing a seriously injured crash victim can finally be named after the Herald challenged his bid for permanent name suppression.It can today be revealed that Danny...
  8. Ex-cop foreman didn't influence jury, Supreme Court rules

    The Supreme Court has dismissed a convicted sex offender's appeal that his right to a fair trial was compromised by his jury foreman being a retired police officer.The complainant, referred to as Mr...
  9. Killer driver had consumed booze, meth before killing innocent 'awesome' man

    A man killed in a crash by a driver under the influence of drugs and alcohol was planning to start a family with his partner of 13 years - and had been to a fertility clinic hours earlier to begin...
  10. Netflix's Making a Murderer accused seeks pardon

    A man convicted of rape and murder when he was a teenager whose story was documented in the series Making a Murderer asked Wisconsin's governor for a pardon or commutation of his life prison...
  11. Car-jacking terror: Nun attacked by woman high on LSD at Dunedin traffic lights

    A Dunedin woman who committed "staggering" violence in the attempted car-jacking of an elderly nun and her brother will give birth to her third child in prison.Lisa McCormack, 22, was jailed for two...
  12. Where are they now ... Lesley Elliott, murder victim Sophie's inspirational mum

    To mark the Herald on Sunday's 15th anniversary, we have gone back to some of our biggest newsmakers to find out where they are now. The brutal murder of young Dunedin woman Sophie Elliott by her...
  13. Cold case killer Menzies John Hallett dies in custody

    A cold case killer who shot a Turangi service station attendant to death at close range has died in custody.Menzies John Hallett was convicted at the Rotorua High Court in 2013 of murdering Rodney...
  14. Comancheros case: Accused media personality, lawyer, accountant argue for secrecy

    A media personality and accountant will now wait for a judge to decide if they will keep their identities secret after being arrested in a major police operation against the Comanchero Motorcycle...
  15. Jacinda Ardern death threat: Irish teen indicates guilty plea

    A teenager from Northern Ireland has indicated a guilty plea to making social media death threats against New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.Matthew Burns, 19, of Dundalk Rd, Newtownhamilton...
  16. Comancheros case: Accused media personality, lawyer, accountant argue for secrecy

    A media personality and accountant will now wait for a judge to decide if they will keep their identities secret after they were arrested in a major police operation against the Comanchero Motorcycle...
  17. No jail: Home detention for Christchurch man after terrifying sex assault on two wome

    A Christchurch man who sexually assaulted two women in a dark city cemetery has avoided jail and will serve a sentence of home detention instead.Richard Manoa Edwards, 28, was sentenced this...
  18. No jail: Home detention for Christchurch man after terrifying sex assault on two wome

    A Christchurch man who sexually assaulted two women them in a dark city cemetery has avoided jail and will serve a sentence of home detention instead.Richard Manoa Edwards, 28, was sentenced this...
  19. No jail: Home detention for Christchurch man after terrifying sex assault on two wome

    A Christchurch man who sexually assaulted two women them in a dark city cemetery has avoided jail and will serve a sentence of home detention instead. Richard Manoa Edwards, 28, was sentenced this...
  20. 'Father of colostrum' faced inevitable guilty verdicts in fraud case, says Court of A

    A dairy scientist self-dubbed the "father of colostrum" was facing inevitable guilty verdicts for fraud and should have surrendered himself to the mercy of a judge, a court has ruled.Despite this,...
  21. Dunedin man cleared of sex charges gets payout after 'four years of hell'

    A judge has criticised police and awarded a Dunedin man $130,000 after he was cleared of sex charges following "four years of hell".The defendant "aged in his 50s" had his name, occupation, address...
  22. Kiwi company and pair on trial over mogul's 'suspicious' $53m

    A company and two employees are on trial accused of failing to report hundreds of "suspicious" transactions involving tens of millions of dollars belonging to an international mogul.It is understood...
  23. Mariya's battle: Will Court of Appeal grant compensation in NZDF sexual abuse case?

    A victim of a sexual offender and former Air Force sergeant is taking her case for compensation to New Zealand's second highest court. Over two days in Wellington this week, three judges will hear...
  24. House of horrors murder: Court of Appeal explains finding teen unfit for Dimetrius Pa

    Warning: This story contains graphic and violent content. A teen girl who was at the house of horrors where Dimetrius Pairama was tortured and killed was declared unfit to take part in the trial...
  25. Man arrested for carrying a pistol and ammo at Auckland District Court

    A man has been accused of carrying a pistol into one of New Zealand's busiest courthouses.The 23-year-old was charged with carrying a black pistol in the Auckland District Court yesterday.He is also...
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