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Claims police at every roadblock up-ended by officer's absence.
A road block shutting down SH1 travel runs contrary to police commissioner's claims.
A businessman made a nearly $60k profit through a corrupt deal with a council worker.
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Gang scene explodes with new patches and numbers, up 50 per cent to record 7000 members.
Whangārei's Women's Refuge has had more calls than normal for help from women in crisis.
Father furious his son is in a self-isolation bubble with a convicted sex offender.
Newly appointed Commissioner of Police Andrew Coster has been with the force since 1997.
Why a man jailed for killing two men will be released from prison after three years.
South Korean diplomat left New Zealand after allegations of indecent assault.
COMMENT: Sticking with mainstream media sources should be a must for all people.
"When we thought we knew our grief, it was quickly amplified."
Some firearms owners claimed a "constitutional right" to access semi-automatic weapons.
A Dargaville man frustrated at ongoing theft of his sheep has given up grazing them.
Investigation finds adviser to Maori King funnelled charity money to his children.
Judge says: "It is costing the taxpayer money for this thing to carry on."
COMMENT: Facebook's influence has helped revitalise New Zealand's gangs.
We say: Reflecting on the Christchurch mosque shootings, one year on.
COMMENT: We need to teach our children the power of acceptance and diversity.
Christchurch mosque founder's son couldn't fathom what happened inside walls he saw built.
Material from an intelligence report says "coercion [of police] is a common phenomenon".
Kelvin Wood was once a highly successful financial investor but lost his clients millions.
Auckland hospitals treating more than one stabbing victim every day.
Melissa Jones' death has been referred to the coroner and remains "unexplained".
Akuhata, sentenced to life, has appeal against his sentence and conviction dismissed.
'No other employer within the industry is going to want to touch him,' says judge.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Whangārei is giving offenders a second chance.
The search for the identity of human remains found in a Mount Eden property.
COMMENT: Hannah Clarke case shows we have much myth-busting to do around family harm.
We say: Hollywood needs to realise it has a duty to treat people with respect.
Kelvin Wood argues he deserves more credit for alerting authorities to his $7m fraud.
Migrant workers at the Royal Sweets Cafe were paid just $6 per hour.
A claim to the Waitangi Tribunal says Ziporah Huirama died because of Crown failures.
"We still seek to operate a high trust environment with staff."
There'll be "more Grace's, Amber-Rose's and Sophie's" before changes, Lesley Elliott says.
In the claustrophobic head space, shame can spiral into self-destructive behaviour.
Exclusive: Detective Inspector Scott Beard opens up about the Grace Millane investigation.
'Just please everyone, stop giving [beggars] money.'
Water theft from school a new low during prolonged water crisis in Northland
In communities where violence is rife we need to intervene, urges Jarrod Gilbert.
The Taupō /South Waikato road toll last year was 33, many of them multiple fatalities.
Whanganui club amongst the Top 5 best in the country on final medal tallies.
Just remains to be seen if the pair will be the ones to sit in the boat after Kiwi trials.
What the hell is going on in this country?
"I'd done my time, paid the fines... I thought proceeds of crime was related to drugs."
People are scared. Crime like this has never been seen in the Bay, writes Zoe Hunter.
"This drug is a scourge in our country," Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick says.
New laws brought in after the Kahui case are an option for police, Greg Newbold says.
Two families are mourning after two men were shot dead at an Omanawa property.
The case which has spanned nearly two decades will continue with an appeal this month.
The Kiwi titan of business whose path led to a court where he faces child porn charges.
EDITORIAL: The story raises important issues around the safety of email networks.
Stuart Nash defends police actions around of a mob procession that concerned 12 year old
And a gang expert says the rise in gang violence is no surprise.
An expert says Tauranga's gang violence could spread to Rotorua.
Arson and tit-for-tat revenge shootings in turf war between new Oz gang and Mongrel Mob.
Jury returns after two-week trial of two men accused of being involved in attack.
Neighbours say it was lucky no one was killed or injured.
The trial continues into its second week.
The Ministry of Health appears culpable for careless or incompetent procedures.