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A 79-year-old lawyer has been sent to jail after stealing almost $3 million from his clients, many of whom were elderly and vulnerable.
The passengers of a car in which the driver led police on a chase through Christchurch on Monday before a horror crash have been discharged from hospital.
The Government's anti-terrorist bill has passed its first reading in Parliament, with only the Greens voting against it.
Kansas Tareha, who has immunity from prosecution, has told a murder trial jury of seeing Hendrix Kahia stabbing Mongrel Mob associate Wiremu Birch.
An eyewitness claims police "nudged" a fleeing car into the path of an oncoming vehicle during a pursuit in Christchurch yesterday.
Wellington men have taken unsteady steps this afternoon to march in high heels in support of ending violence against women.
A Department of Corrections review into Phillip Smith's escape earlier this month has concluded he should not have been considered for release.
The Government's anti-terrorist Bill has its first reading today under urgency, with John Key wanting it law by Christmas.
The South Taranaki District Council has been fined $115,000 for its part in the objectionable odour coming from the Eltham wastewater treatment plant.
Police and members of the public will march together from Wellington's Midland Park in solidarity against family violence.
The mother of an Otago prisoner who died of a suspected overdose while in custody hopes a coroner's inquest will reveal any shortcomings that may have contributed to her son's death.
The governmental review into how Phillip Smith managed to leave New Zealand while on temporary prison leave will be headed by a former QC and a former high-ranking public servant.
A drink-fuelled clash between Taupo Mongrel Mob and Black Power members and associations leading to Wiremu Birch's death is being played out before a High Court jury.
The coroner's inquest into the death of an Otago prisoner who died of a suspected overdose is underway in Dunedin.
Prime Minister John Key hopes a bill with counter terrorism measures to be introduced to Parliament on Tuesday will pass by Christmas.
Four armed men forced their way into a Waikato house, threatened to kill a woman and her young daughter and then one raped the mother.
New Zealand's detective is leaving Brazil, but he won't have escaped murderer Phillip Smith in tow.
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