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The jury in the trial of the man accused of murdering rising rugby league star Luke Tipene has retired for the day without delivering a verdict.
The judge in the trial of Vincent Skeen says the critical issue at the heart of the case is whether he had murderous intent when he struck Luke Tipene with a broken beer bottle.
A jury is set to begin making its decision in the trial of a 17yo accused of killing a rising league star in a street brawl.
Two armed robberies that occurred within an hour of each other in Wellington overnight are being investigated.
Security guards patrolled Opotiki School today, as it continued to deal with sexual allegations involving students.
Police investigating the attack on a Matamata man in his home have recovered a vehicle of interest.
A woman who dated her boss, broke up with him, and then lost her job when he assaulted her has won an $18,000 payout.
Abused dogs and puppies are flooding through the doors of the Canterbury SPCA at such a rate it's creating a bottleneck.
An Auckland woman has been found guilty in a fraud case worth millions of dollars.
The actions of a man accused of killing young rugby star Luke Tipene were a "mistake in the heat of the moment with tragic consequences", his defence lawyers have argued.
The daughter of a Taupo pest eradicator says she'll never forgive her father for bashing her mother to death with a hammer when she told him she was seeing another man.
Name suppression for a man accused of assaulting a baby who died on the Kapiti Coast has been lifted and he now also faces a murder charge.
Thon Lam, 38, appeared in the High Court at Auckland this morning where a suppression order on his name lapsed.
A police investigation is causing friction between the Opotiki community and police in the Bay of Plenty.
Two Christchurch women who were sexually abused as children will today take their fight to unmask their attacker to the High Court.
A second youth has been apprehended by police after a vicious attack on two officers at a Hamilton address overnight.
Judges will be given more access to alleged offenders' family violence records in a bid to reduce the number of domestic incidents taking place.
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