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Police apprehended suspected gunman John Tully after allegedly shooting two people dead and seriously injuring another at a WINZ office in Ashburton.
Today's shooting at a Work and Income office in Ashburton is not the first attack at a government department office.
A man has been arrested after a police chase from the Hutt Valley to central Wellington.
Counties Manukau police are appealing to the public to help find three men connected with two aggravated robberies yesterday.
Two men entered a Pirongia hotel in Franklin St early this morning while the two owners were tidying up.
A Waikato dairy farmer has been fined nearly $50,000 for discharging effluent into drains that led to a river.
A doctor with nearly 25 years' experience who sexually abused two young boys has been struck off
Two Whangarei men have been arrested and charged with stealing hundreds of avocados.
A 150-year tradition which allows New Zealand jockeys to bet on their own races is about to come to an end.
An Aboriginal woman was caught out abusing an Asian passenger on a Perth train a week ago.
Irie Te Wehi-Takerei brought some underwear from an Auckland Warehouse store to find police were waiting for her as she left.
Kim Dotcom's latest bid to keep details of his worldwide financial assets secret from five Hollywood studios has failed.
Former Bridgecorp chief financial officer Robert Roest has been declined parole.
The Crown appeal against the discharge without conviction of the Maori King's son will be heard in mid-November.
A man is facing a charge of assaulting a child after a three-year-old boy was hospitalised with burns in Otago.
Police are encouraging people to let them know when they're throwing a party, but insist it's not their intention to ruin people's fun.
One of the country's oldest and most perplexing cold cases will have another, perhaps final, chapter added today.
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