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Dilworth sex abuse cover-up allegations left to 'fester like an unlanced boil'
Derek Firth said only one case wasn't reported to police during his 40 years as a trustee.
Dilworth sex abuse: Former headmaster wrote positive references for men forced to resign
Murray Wilton described one housemaster as a "stimulating and inspirational teacher".
Woman fights to keep sister's rapist behind bars after victim's death
The sister of a rape victim nearly missed her chance to speak at a Parole Board hearing.
'Abominable, unforgivable': Top school's former chair breaks silence on abuse
Former students taking a class action say the school did nothing to stop the abuse.
Dilworth victim tells inquiry some of his abused classmates took their own lives
Vaughan Sexton wants legislative changes to ensure children are protected in the future.
Dilworth School sex assault inquiry: 30 alleged abusers
Eleven men have been charged but the number of alleged abusers at Dilworth is much higher.
Dilworth student preyed on classmate, victim 'threatened with cane'
"I didn't look forward to having a shower in case he was there."
Vanished without a trace on Christmas Day: The mysterious case of Richard Hinkley
'No parent should have to wonder where his child is, missing or dead'.
Baby dies after co-sleeping with mother in hospital
DHB: 'His death was tragic and our thoughts are still with his family on their sad loss'.
Medsafe report: 17 miscarriages but the risks to pregnant woman aren't increased by the vaccine
Siouxsie Wiles: The risk of being unvaccinated far outweigh the risks of getting a jab.
Preventable tragedies: Baby dies after neck is caught in sleep tent
Most sudden infant deaths are preventable if safe sleeping practices are followed.
'Don't look at that and get scared': Latest report of adverse reactions to Covid jab released
The weekly report details how many people had a reaction after their jab.
Some firefighters prepared to 'walk away from the career they love' following vaccine mandate
Ambulance staff and firefighters must vaccinate. Will police officers be next?
Host of North Shore party that broke lockdown rules says he's sorry
Tenants at North Shore party house were all vaccinated and returned negative tests.
Landlord on party house tenants: 'They have broken the rules'
Landlord of tenants who hosted party during lockdown seeking legal advice.
Partygoer who breached lockdown rules: 'I turned myself in to police'
Partygoer says he's getting hundreds of hate messages for breaking lockdown rules.
Be warned, thieves are striking - even when you are home
One in four people have been burgled - many of them were home or not gone long.
Thief steals $25,000 of jewellery, wedding ring as woman works at home
A jewellery thief snuck through several rooms without being noticed by home owner.
'Unprecedented in NZ': Dilworth to pay former students who were sexually abused
Financial compensation will be available next year to students who were sexually abused.
Death of teen after Covid vaccination might be linked to other medication
Vaccination not believed to have caused the death of Auckland high school student.
Graffiti City: Taggers strike while Auckland remains in lockdown
More than 300 cleanup jobs waiting for graffiti contractors once city moves to level 4.
Motorcyclist: 'I went under her car and was spat out the back'
Doctors told Dave Gaffar's family they didn't know if he'd survive his injuries.
Storm damage: 'It was crazy, hopefully this is a once in a lifetime event'
Fleeing family: 'We kayaked the kids out at about 3am'.
Ponies in the bedroom and shocks from electric current in floodwaters
Little girl wakes up to find ponies in her bedroom after they were rescued from floods.
Wet & wild Auckland: Westies start the big cleanup after lockdown rain dump
West Auckland residents are starting to clean up after a massive rain storm on Monday.
One month, five dairy robberies: Worker attacked with golf club for chocolate
Dairy owner's horror run: 5 robberies in one month, 3 staff leave over safety fears.
Crime in the City: What really goes on in Auckland after dark
Gang violence and shootings have made Auckland feel less safe. We take a ride with police.
'Not great after midnight': Gangs, drinking - sharp rise in random city violence
Police inspector says serious assaults weren't as common, or severe, pre-Covid.
Late-night assault: 'The guy punched me in my eye for no reason'
"It's a bit of a shock really because New Zealand has always been so safe."
'This is his lucky day' says woman after hearing former teacher's abuse trial won't go ahead
It took police 15 years to charge former teacher. But, now he doesn't have to stand trial.
No trial for former teacher accused of abusing kids: 'The stress would reduce his lifespan'
Graeme Collett was accused of indecently assault five girls - but there won't be a trial.