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Hayden Poulter released from prison, but Parole Board won't say where - Stuff.co.nz

The man dubbed New Zealand's first "serial killer", Hayden Poulter, has been released from prison after serving more than 20 years behind bars. Earlier this month, the Parole Board confirmed they were planning on releasing Poulter, and on Tuesday, ...

Jury delivers guilty verdict in case of Turangi infant murdered by father - Stuff.co.nz

Donovan Duff, pictured earlier in the week, listened to the summing up on the final day of his murder trial on Tuesday. The father accused of killing his nine-month-old daughter has been found guilty of her murder. A jury returned a unanimous guilty ...

Speeding driver was doing 200km/h outside Christchurch when he crashed, killing his partner - New Zealand Herald

A midnight driver who barrel-rolled in a horrific 200km/h smash that killed his new partner has today pleaded guilty. Jaimey Leigh Fellows, 32, died when her partner of three months, Craig Richard Bennett, lost control at high speed on State Highway 1 ...

Government probe: The SIS and Thompson and Clark emails that sparked an investigation - New Zealand Herald

Email exchanges between somebody at Thompson and Clark and a manager at the SIS's Protective Security branch have prompted an internal investigation after SIS head Rebecca Kitteridge said they raised concerns about professionalism and possible ...

One person dead at Rotorua's Polynesian Spa - TVNZ

One person has died at Rotorua's Polynesian Spa. Rotorua's Polynesian Spa. Source: Polynesian Spa. Police earlier confirmed to 1 NEWS that there was an incident and that emergency services were present. A St John's spokesperson has confirmed to 1 ...

Matamata boy whipped up in tornado escapes with only grazes - Radio New Zealand

A Waikato boy has had a lucky escape after he was swept up into the air by a tornado on his way home from school yesterday. George Jeffrey, 13, from Matamata Intermediate was walking back home from school when he was the lifted into the air by the ...and more »

Education minister moves closer to closing Auckland's troubled Hato Pētera College - Stuff.co.nz

In early 2017, Hato Petera College boarding facilities were boarded up and the college started operating as a day school with 25-30 students. Now it has five students. The "waiting game" is almost over for Auckland's beleaguered Hato Pētera College ...and more »

Markets slide as Trump threatens China with $200bn of new tariffs - business live - The Guardian

An electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Shanghai. Photograph: China Stringer Network/Reuters. Asian tech firms who supply components to Apple have been hit hard today, due to fears that a trade war would hurt demand.

DHB & nurses face off: In their own words - Radio New Zealand

Nurses have rejected a half a billion dollar pay offer, and now it's possible they will strike for the first time in 30 years. Cee Payne, left, and Helen Mason. Photo: RNZ / Bay of Plenty DHB. The latest offer has pay increases of between nine and 15 ...

Bill banning house sales to overseas investors watered down by new exemptions - New Zealand Herald

The minister responsible for planned laws to curb residential property sales to foreigners, David Parker, says it is impossible to work out how they will affect the New Zealand housing market. But he insisted there would be no crash in prices. He said ...