Core funding for the New Zealand Police flat-lined in the
Budget with Police and Corrections Minister Anne Tolley
maintaining spending at $1.4 billion a year.
Police seized 300 2.5g packets of the psychoactive substance
Kush Pink from a Gorge Rd, Queenstown property at 11am on
The lives of a Waianakarua couple who died on Thursday remain
a mystery to the community in which they lived.
A Wanaka police officer allegedly attacked inside his patrol
car by a drink-driver yesterday afternoon is the same man
seriously injured during what started as another routine
drink-driving stop just over six years ago.
A 9-year-old girl is in hospital with face and leg injuires
after being hit by an SUV while crossing the road to
the school bus in Speargrass Flat.
Police are out in force as part of a district-wide operation
targeting driving behaviour.
Police tasered fewer animals last year but diversified from
just dogs to include a pig and a goat.
The public's interaction with the police is changing - and
not for the better, Labour police spokeswoman Jacinda Ardern
A Dunedin man was pepper-sprayed and tasered by police after
allegedly assaulting officers following an early morning
pursuit through the city in a stolen vehicle.
A Dunedin driver who lost his leg after his truck collided
with a cow holds no grudge against police.
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