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20th June, 19:36

16-year-old in custody after Grey Lynn dairy stabbing

A 16-year-old is in police custody after the aggravated robbery of a Grey Lynn dairy last night.Police said the youth had undergone surgery and it was likely charges would be laid in the next day or so.The two family members involved...
20th June, 19:28

Inmate violently punches 63-year-old Corrections officer in the head

An Otago inmate responsible for a string of violent outbursts against people in authority has struck again.Daniel James Ballentyne, 30, previously pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and was yesterday jailed for 10 months when...
20th June, 19:09

Helen Clark says US withdrawal from Human Rights Council is significant but it could get worse

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has thought "the unthinkable" and wondered aloud whether the United States could withdraw from the United Nations.A former contender for the role of Secretary-General, Clark said the withdrawal...
20th June, 18:54

'Internet lynch mob' enough of a punishment for importer of moss balls, judge says

A Christchurch botanical artist who imported unauthorised Marimo moss balls into New Zealand has been discharged without conviction.Raquel Elise Miranda was sentenced today in Christchurch District Court. Miranda, 38, bought marimo...
20th June, 18:50

Racing Minister Winston Peters hits out at bureaucratic 'shiny bums' for BYO alcohol ban at races

Racing Minister Winston Peters has hit out at "shiny bums" for interfering in the country lifestyle by trying to ban BYO booze at racecourses and says "too many old males" are holding back development at some courses.Speaking at...
20th June, 18:16

MPs on Māori affairs select committee told not enough New Zealand history being taught in schools

Not enough New Zealand history is being taught in schools, MPs were told today by history teachers themselves.The New Zealand school curriculum gave history teachers a great deal of autonomy over what they taught, History Teachers'...
20th June, 18:13

Palmerston North man lost sense of taste and smell after one-punch assault; police seeking information one year on

Almost a year after a one-punch assault, a Palmerston North man is still recovering and has lost his sense of taste and smell. Manawatu police said the man had been walking with a group of friends on the evening of Saturday, August...
20th June, 18:00

Details of Quinn Patterson's murder revealed as man who supplied guns awaits sentence

Shocking details of how a Northland property manager and her daughter were fatally shot by crazed gunman Quinn Patterson have emerged nearly a year after the tragedy in Whangārei.The details are contained in a police summary...
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