Otago Daily Times: National News

Teacher admits indecent assaults

A former Havelock North school teacher has pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting his female students.

Charles John Michael Harter, 63, was a music, mathematics and drama teacher who taught students from his home studio, and also taught music and drama at a local primary school.

Murder accused in court

A man accused of murdering a woman in Switzerland in 2000 made a brief appearance in Auckland District Court this afternoon.

The 42-year-old man, originally from Sri Lanka, was granted continued name suppression by Judge Barry Gibson until a bail hearing on September 24.

Armed callout in Rotorua

Armed Rotorua police have been called to the Koutu area after a dispute involving a rifle.

Liquor licence expected for Wellington sevens

Organisers of the Wellington Sevens remain supremely confident they will be granted a special licence to sell alcohol at next year's event, which also features an enhanced entertainment package.

Police promise further CTV investigation

Police promise further CTV investigation

A further criminal investigation into the collapse of Christchurch's CTV building during the February 2011 earthquake will be undertaken, police say.

Tributes for shooting victim

Tributes for shooting victim

Friends have paid tribute today to one of the victims of yesterday's Work and Income office shootings in Ashburton.

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