The fifth person wanted in connection with the bashing death
of a Wairarapa man gave himself up to police today after
being on the run for four days.
A Chinese tourist is in a stable condition, after surgery to
remove a fence post from his chest.
Sir Paul Holmes has been congratulated for his knighthood at
a special investiture ceremony in front of about 100 guests,
including dignitaries, at his Hawkes Bay lodge.
A teacher has admitted making secret intimate videos of 17
females by using a pen camera to film up their skirts in
Christchuch and surrounding areas.
After settling on a young Reefton woman as their target, five
teenage girls drove 80km to ambush and attack their
unsuspecting victim outside her home, a court has heard.
A dangerous high-security prisoner who killed a Corrections
officer has pleaded guilty to assaulting two more.
Pub and club owners and operators are pushing for a change to
gambling laws, to allow them to take a profit on pokie
machines and to reduce the amount that gets paid back to the
community in grants.
Christchurch residents are being warned of a door-to-door
scam that touts mass-produced prints as original artworks
worth hundreds of dollars.
Jesse Ryder says he will meet New Zealand coach Mike Hesson
at the end of the month to discuss a possible return to the
side for the upcoming England tour.
Four Maori sovereignty advocates have been sentence to jail
despite also being punished by their hapu.
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