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Police investigating after females indecently assaulted in Royal Oak
New Zealand Police (press release)
Police are currently investigating two incidents last night where female victims were indecently assaulted while out jogging in public in Royal Oak. The first incident took place just after 7.30pm on Acorn St where the victim was approached by a young ...

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Otago Daily Times
One dead after bus and 4WD collide in Alexandra
New Zealand Herald
Emergency services attend a collision between a tourist bus and a truck on State Highway 8, near Roxburgh Dam. Photo / Supplied. Otago Daily Times. Share via email Facebook share Share on Facebook Twitter share Share on Twitter Show more share ...
One dead after car and bus crash near RoxburghOtago Daily Times

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Multi-millionaire Earl Hagaman's will requests revealed
New Zealand Herald
Earl Hagaman, with his wife Lani, after receiving the CNZM Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit. Photo / Brett Phibbs. NZ Herald. Share via email Facebook share Share on Facebook Twitter share Share on Twitter Show more share options ...
Earl Hagaman's will continues fight with ex-wifeThe Press

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Chinese national sentenced for immigration fraud
Scoop.co.nz (press release)
A 49 year old Chinese national unlawfully working as a builder in New Zealand has been sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment for immigration fraud. Zi Xiang Lin was sentenced at Hamilton District Court on a charge under the Immigration Act 1987 relating ...
Chinese builder jailed for immigration fraud living unlawfully in NZ since 2005New Zealand Herald

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Greenpeace supporters face charges
New Zealand Herald
Former MP and Green Party Leader Russel Norman and two fellow Greenpeace supporters may seek diversion for charges of interfering with the operation of a ship in an oil exploration protest off the east coast of the North Island. The diversion ...
Greenpeace's Russel Norman offered diversion after ship protest in seaStuff.co.nz

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Digital shake up for school curriculum revealed
Stuff.co.nz
Education MInister Nikki Kaye acknowledged it could be controversial given there were already concerns about the amount of time children spend online. The school curriculum is in for a shake up with the Government proposing to shift education into a ...
All Kiwi kids to learn 'computational thinking' for 10 yearsNew Zealand Herald
Ensuring young people are digitally fluent for our futureScoop.co.nz (press release)
Digital focus in education shake-upNZCity

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Earlier search team discovery of hat could've led to Lucas Cochrane's body sooner, coroner hears
Stuff.co.nz
A black cap belonging to an Auckland teenager found dead in a Coromandel waterway was discovered by a homeowner three days before his body was finally found, a coroner has been told. The owner of the home placed it on a fence next to the property on ...
Key clue missed in search for drowned teenNZCity

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Radio New Zealand
Man carrying sawn-off shothgun robs Blockhouse Bay ASB
New Zealand Herald
A man entered ASB on Blockhouse Bay Rd about 4.10pm on Tuesday. He pointed the shotgun at bank staff and demanded cash but staff activated the emergency security screens, which prevented the robber getting any money. He fled empty-handed.
Police appeal for information on ASB bank robberyVoxy

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Radio New Zealand
NZ officials should release info on US billionaire 'without delay'
Radio New Zealand
The Internal Affairs Minister wants his department to release secret information about the US billionaire Peter Thiel as soon as possible. The Department of Internal Affairs has been told it is wrong to keep information about Mr Thiel's successful ...
Internal Affairs told to release more Peter Thiel infoStuff.co.nz

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