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More than 20 child educators struck off across NZ in past five years for sex offending.
'New Zealand has changed my whole life in a very negative way'.
Teens at a youth justice facility speak out about why they flee police.
When the worlds of boxing and organised crime collide, the results can get messy.
Convicted thief Alex made $10k a week. He wants to warn you.
He wagged school and ran with the wrong crowd until inspirational mentors reshaped him.
The alleged fraud included bribes for a major power plant project in Malaysia.
Research from the Parliamentary Library collated crime data from 1994 to 2017.
"I could see wheel tracks all over the grass ... I followed them for as long as I could."
Two victims of such frauds were a government worker and his son, a police officer.
"Many of you will know the former officer, and you will find the allegations distressing."
The uniform rumour, understood to have begun in legal circles, reached the Chief of Navy.
Eighteen Trade Me customers lost nearly $100,000 during the two-year scam.
But the then Chief of Navy wanted to condemn Alfred Keating's "bad behaviour".
Former military man - supported by his partner - claims he is the victim.
It looks like the script of a Hollywood heist. Drug investigators caught it all on camera.
Disgraced Maori church minister jailed for child sex offending.
We say: At 10 years old, the Criminal Proceeds Act is a fully grown crime buster.
Forged documents saw ANZ approve multimillion-dollar loans.
I can't let this criminal behaviour represent America. That is not who we are.
Rob and Llannys Burgess say the law is "abhorrent" after losing their home.
Millions call the cops in NZ - and new stats show why, where and who.
The former gang member helping Teina Pora tells his remarkable story of how he made it.
A man was brutally attacked in his own home. But no one was surprised who the victim was.
Thieves are pretending to be tow truck drivers and steal cars in Auckland.
Dr Paul Wood's past isn't immediately obvious.
Witness statements reveal Grant Hannis visited more than any other family member.
Homicide scene was so dark shooter may not have even known who they were shooting.
Oranga Tamariki said the woman's employment ended over the allegations.
The female worker was suspended when the Ministry for Children was told of the charges.
Offender remains in $100 a night motel after being kicked out of home detention address.
Illegal drivers detected by a 40-strong police team during a five-day traffic blitz.
Robert Noe is due to undergo surgery this evening after suffering multiple fractures.
Philip Arps is fascinated with Nazis and white supremacy, released documents show.
A website has been set up to smear his name and now he's been left bloodied and beaten.
The lawyer says he fled the country after multiple threats were made against his life.
A 78-year-old has been found guilty of 32 historic charges of sexually abusing children.
"We would've expected more people not to survive."
During Operation Piano two properties were restrained under the Proceeds of Crimes Act.
Four are accused but two sit in court - the Megaupload accused at the Supreme Court.
After three years of offending, Basil Martin Lawry was caught in the act.
The cannabis stoush is escalating further.
Comment: The US is finally presenting its case against Kim Dotcom - but will it matter?
The signs were there that William Wakefield could hurt his baby stepson.
Constable Murray Stretch's killer, Carlos Namana, is to be released from jail this month.
What if, asked a Supreme Court justice, I just took your novel and sold it on the street?
The two men's guilty pleas will bring an end to the unruly tourists summer saga.
Retailers are being asked to report when gang members purchase big ticket items with cash.
Cops says he told Teachers' Council - but they called looking for answers.
Tests on 10 people killed in crashes show five had either meth or cannabis in their blood.
The Malaysian businessman's crimes 'strike at the heart of our immigration'.
The long-running extradition case reaches the Supreme Court for its final(ish) hearing.
"Third offence you lose your cellphone, your number and your car for seven days".
Deportees and troubled souls housed at a Parnell lodge are causing 'havoc' for residents
Meth mixed in concrete and CCTV led to 267kg of drugs smuggled by Hong Kong syndicate.
Horrified onlookers watched as a man yanked her so hard by scruff that she fell to floor.
Mother of 14yo girl punched by man in road- rage attack critical of slow police response.
Police officers have been caught speeding on duty almost 5000 over six years.
COMMENT: Society lacks systems that identify complexities that produce racial extremism.
We say: Somewhere out there, someone knows who killed Jane Furlong. Time for them to talk.