Open Justice multimedia journalist, Waikato
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'Made me feel like a man': Accused talked about hurting victim
Adrian Phillips was under cross-examination at the High Court in Hamilton.
Murder accused tells court he feared for his life when he shot and killed old friend
Adrian Phillips has described to a court the moment he shot at a former mate.
'Giant heartbroken baby': Murder accused says he broke down
Adrian Phillips banged his head against the wall to feel better after a serious accident.
'Hurry up and kill me': Accused wanted to die during fire
Adrian Phillips takes the stand in his trial for the murder of Bayden Williams.
'Being nato': Murder accused shot victim three times
Ngātea man Adrian Phillips is accused of murdering Bayden Williams in August 2020.
Podiatrist who deformed patients suspended from surgery but can continue practising
Podiatrist Stefan Edwards is allowed to continue treating patients but not with surgery.
Sexual proposition: Top teacher wanted to beat student by faking a human rights project
A young boy who was propositioned by Pinky Green tried to tell teachers years later.
Top school failed to safeguard students, says complainant; five more come forward
Pinky Green complainant asks for Tauranga Boys' College Board of Trustees to step aside.
Pinky Green's victim: 'I'm shattered. It's breaking my heart, 33 years later'
More men have come forward with complaints about English teacher's sexual propositions.
The teacher, the sexual proposition for money - and a 34-year wait for an apology
Glenn Marshall was 17 when teacher Pinky Green asked him to tie him naked to a chair.
All-boys school latest to apologise for historical incidents
Tauranga Boys' College says a review of historical harassment was not good enough.