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'I feel like I'm really going to kill you': Man told girlfriend locked in house
Sean Wilson savagely attacked his partner, beating and kicking her in the head and face.
Defamation claim against Stuff, reporter largely unsuccessful
The verdicts are in, in the trial for defamation against Stuff but is the case over?
'Be wary of scams': Businessman loses $10,000 in Marketplace con
He sold $10,000 worth of car parts but the proof of payment was fake.
Court told angry ticket holders result of event organisers' own actions
Defence claims no defamation in articles by Stuff about Cherry Tree Festival cancellation.
News stories resulted in online abuse, lawyer in defamation case claims
Plaintiffs say they suffered mental anguish and reputational damage following stories.
Calls for IHC chief to resign as complaints review finds distrust
Review of complaints policies finds IDEA Services distrusted by some clients and families.
Day of violence: Gang members on trial for murder, assault, robbery
Mobsters accused of killing man who wouldn't give them drugs and attacking two others.
'Deliberate neglect': Sharemilker broke the tails of 116 cows
Four cows had to have their tails amputated because their injuries were so severe.
Man who waited 12 weeks for urgent colonoscopy given terminal prognosis over the phone
The man, in his 70s, was distressed at not receiving the devastating news in person.
The girl next door: OnlyFans star Lisa Lewis loses in stoush with neighbour
Lisa Lewis has moved out of the house next to Cosmopolitan Club after bitter battle.
Death of disabled woman who choked on leftovers was preventable
WorkSafe investigated the death but decided not to prosecute.
Can hair loss clinic owner call himself ‘Dr Raj’ if he’s not NZ registered medical doctor?
His website included a reference to Dr Raj being a third-generation doctor.
'Drug-seeking': Patient accused by GP after breasts examined without consent
GP threw shade on patient's mental health and said she was 'doctor-shopping' for drugs.
Woman with dementia sent home from hospital despite warnings
Alzheimer's patient couldn't tell staff what day it was, but they sent her home - twice.
'I love us madly and badly to pieces': Nurse's secret affair with prisoner
The nurse and prisoner used sexually explicit language and had a physical encounter.
Woman with known allergy dies from anaphlyaxis after being given penicillin
Five checks for an allergy before prescribing and administering antibiotics were missed.
'I could just see her blood pressure drop': Son's final moments with dying mum
Now, 13 years on, a coroner will decide how Carmen Walker died during a medical procedure.
Miscarriage of justice: Young mum's flight attendant dreams crushed
An abusive relationship led Danielle Tumahai to drugs and a conviction.
Nurse tasked with checking on mentally unwell man worked double shift
Addicted to synthetic cannabis, he was sent to a care home near a 'tinny house'.
Architectural designer struck off building register for two years
The architectural designer was stuck off the Licensed Building Practitioners' register.
'Silo' effect meant doctors failed to detect cause of Carmen Walker's death
Pathologist claims Carmen Walker's death at Waikato Hospital 13 years ago was iatrogenic.
Surgeon burned his note of medical procedure that killed patient
Surgeon in charge of Carmen Walker's procedure grilled over volume of fluid in bucket.
Hospital disposed of potential evidence in patient death case
Blood drained during the procedure was thrown away with other disposable waste.
'Dad never got over Mum's death': Carmen Walker inquest begins
Carmen Walker died during a procedure to treat melanoma.
'Tears on his cheeks': Cause of patient death still haunts family, doctor
The doctor who blew the whistle on a hospital death claims the case was covered up.
Treatment for man who died of lung cancer delayed in error
A man died of lung cancer after a mass on his lung was found but not followed up.
'Terribly sorry': Troubled doctor prescribed drugs for family but took them himself
The former top public hospital doctor's actions amounted to professional misconduct.
When a house clean goes wrong: A damaged sink and bill that's three times the quote
The cleaning company has now been ordered to pay up after damaging a copper sink.
'Bed blocking': Elderly stranded in hospital without power of attorney
EPOA misuse concern raised in Law Commission review of Adult Decision-Making Capacity Law.
'Pig poo': Piggery under investigation over effluent discharge
Waikato Regional Council said the court order was unprecedented for the region.
Man has less than five years to live after GP missed cancer signs on two occasions
The HDC found earlier treatment could have stopped the salivary gland cancer's spread.
No criminal inquiry into doc who imported restricted drugs and gave them to drug-seeker
The doctor was suspended for the misconduct, but police are not prosecuting.
'Oh little angel': Psychologist sent intimate texts to patient
The psychologist told her patient she loved her during an exchange of 1000 messages.
Intellectually disabled man choked to death on uncut sausage in care home
A carer failed to clear the airway of an intellectually disabled man before she did CPR.
'Reeking' of fumes: Carpet layer's death due to toxic solvent
Ryan Mead died from toxic fumes after installing carpet.
'Home and income': But downstairs kitchen was unconsented
A real estate agent who misled a buyer has had part of her appeal upheld.
Doctor crashed into motorist after driving drunk on wrong side of the road
He did not check to see if anyone was injured.
Dolphin mating scene in documentary should have been PG
A complainant said a wildlife documentary that showed dolphins mating upset children.
'Collateral damage': Prisoner rights overlooked, urgent fix needed
The treatment of prisoners is under the spotlight in a report by the Chief Ombudsman.
'Overlooked': 4yo girl's diabetes missed twice before diagnosis
The family of a girl with Type 1 diabetes suffered stress after a delayed diagnosis.
'Vexatious': Restraining order imposed on controversial advocate
A judge said years of proceedings brought by Halse in one case were an abuse of process.
Outsourcing elective surgeries was costing Waikato DHB $25m a year
Public hospital hired consultant for $2.4 million to reduce $25m outsourcing bill.
Woman sent home from ED with chest pain died hours later of cardiac arrest
Her family felt her death could have been avoided if due diligence had been carried out.
Retired house inspector faces $700k liability on decade-old report
A former house inspector could be liable for half of a $700,000 leaky home claim.
Convicted architectural designer gets building licence back - and faces fresh complaint
His history of fines, suspensions and cancellations is not listed on the public register.
Young dad-to-be who raped sleeping woman gets sentence reduced
A man found guilty of raping a sleeping woman has had his sentence cut by one year.
Struck off doc who touched teens claims no sexual motivation
Tribunal: The teens should have been able to rely on him not to abuse their trust.
Discrimination or dishonesty? Paramedic, St John in job rejection fight
Woman claims St John withdrew a job offer because of her medical condition.
'Disgraceful': Doctor gave drugs to man with history of drug abuse
Christopher Bevan Paltridge imported steroids in dead patient’s name.
Sao Yean murder trial: Jury deliberations to continue next week
The jury got in half an hour of deliberations before they were adjourned.
Paranoid 'rookie meth user' not the killer - Defence
The Crown and defence have presented closings in the trial for the murder of Sao Yean.
HDC investigating alleged conflicts involving advocacy trust
The National Advocacy Trust receives millions in taxpayer funding through HDC each year.
'Excrement': Union officials accused of treating Māori badly
Union organiser who sent email raising complaint about official loses bid to get job back.