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Man accused of Marceau murder judged insane

Man accused of Marceau murder judged insane

The man charged with murdering Auckland teenager has been found not guilty by reason of insanity.

Football: Herbert has study to do

Tomorrow is a day off for the Wellington Phoenix but head coach Ricki Herbert will be busy studying.

Six due in court after Rotorua brawl

Six men are expected to appear in court tomorrow following what was thought to be a gang fight in Rotorua.

Rugby: Bateman keeps going

Rugby: Bateman keeps going

You'd think Tim Bateman would be tired.

Poverty rally at Parliament

Singer Anika Moa performed at Parliament grounds today at a rally calling for an end to child poverty as part of international eradication of poverty day.

$20,000 fine after arm caught in pasta machine

A Tauranga restaurant has been fined $20,000 after an employee got his arm trapped in a pasta maker.

Police hunt man after shopkeeper assaulted

Police are searching for a man who assaulted a shopkeeper in Mount Maunganui this afternoon.

Family prays for missing man

The distressed family of a man who went overboard from a stolen dinghy in Tauranga Harbour last night are praying for his safe return.

Hubbard court case adjourned

A court wrangle involving $60 million of assets and one of the funds caught up in the Hubbard financial collapse has been adjourned until May next year.

Wet and windy weather for Labour weekend

Wet and windy weather for Labour weekend

New Zealanders may have to pack their umbrellas for the upcoming long weekend.

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