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Two days after the discovery of the body of 10-year-old Alex Fisher near Levin, police from across New Zealand will spend the weekend investigating his suspicious death.
Two men and a teenager have been arrested after a police pursuit in Auckland today.
Mark Turnock, former company director of SPG Investment Company No 1 (SPGI), has pleaded guilty to a charge brought by the Financial Markets Authority over making false statements.
A woman who used Givealittle to fraudulently raise $15,000 for fake cancer treatment has had her sentencing delayed again.
Police have seized a number of firearms, ammunition and cannabis from a man in Canterbury.
The family of Alex Fisher, found dead on a beach near Levin, say they're shocked about his sudden death and have thanked the community for their support.
Prison reform campaigners want the Department of Corrections to continue with its Release to Work programme, despite the rape of a woman last May by a prisoner.
After 36 hours in Iraq, the best description I can come up with for the experience is 'a messy kind of hell'.
The homicide investigation into the death of 10-year-old Alex Fisher is expected to take some time, police say.
A Wellington man subject to three arrest warrants for allegedly breaching his bail conditions has been caught after a three-day hunt.
Counties Manukau police have arrested an 18-year-old male in relation to a serious assault outside a Denny's restaurant last month.
The teenage boy found guilty of killing a west Auckland dairy owner will have his identity kept secret permanently, a court has ruled.
A man due to stand trial over serious drugs charges has instead accidentally been kicked out of the country by authorities.
Universities around the country have been disrupted with threats that have come to nothing.
Prime Minister John Key is safely in Dubai after a top-secret trip to Iraq to visit the Kiwi troops he sent there.
Police have released CCTV footage of an attempted robbery in Hamilton on Sunday.
An embargo around John Key's visit to Iraq this week appears to have been broken by the country's Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi.
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