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The battle for the Auckland Central electorate is shaping up to be an unusual race with Green Party's Chlöe Swarbrick driving a 'two ticks' campaign.
The Zhenhua Data leak is "business as usual" for data collection, a technology commentator says.
It cost nearly $40,000 to fly the man responsible for the Christchurch mosque attacks to and from Christchurch in an Air Force Hercules for his sentencing.
Businesses along Karangahape Road, an area typically welcoming of rough sleepers, have seen a rise in antisocial behaviour since the first lockdown.
The man at the centre of the Young Labour summer camp scandal has been granted permanent name suppression.
A high-profile sportsman's bid for name suppression has come before the Court of Appeal - again - in the latest chapter of his fight to keep his identity secret forever.
A woman whose husband was killed in a heli-skiing crash six years ago says her long fight through the justice system felt like a "David and Goliath" battle.
The president of the Comancheros in New Zealand has admitted participating in an organised crime group.
The woman and her three children escaped from an isolation facility in Hamilton so they could attend a tangi.
A man has denied murdering a man in Whenuapai at the start of the month.
The man responsible for the 15 March terror attacks will be sentenced at a hearing that begins in the High Court in Christchurch today.
Another member of the Comancheros motorcycle gang has admitted his role in an organised crime group.
The appointment of eight relief coroners is yet to ease a backlog of cases as grieving families wait up to six years for closure.
Pasifika health leaders fear a 'wildfire' outbreak of Covid-19 in the Pacific community if the government doesn't act fast. Audio
The man accused of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt can be named for the first time, although no photos of the accused can be published.
A man arrested after police raided the Comanchero motorcycle gang has admitted his role in an organised crime group.
The jury has retired to deliberate in the trial of a former Auckland school teacher accused of abusing six teenage boys.
The lawyer acting for the man convicted of Grace Millane's murder focused on the issue of consent today at the appeal hearing of his conviction and sentence.
The lawyer said the appeal did not seek to condone the man's "inexcusable" actions, it was about whether the trial process was miscarried.
The man who murdered Grace Millane is back in court this morning to appeal his conviction and sentence.
The trial of a former school teacher accused of abusing teenage boys has now heard from three of the boys at the centre of the case.
A lawyer representing former Auckland school teacher Benjamin Swann, who is accused of abusing six teenage boys, says his client is innocent.
The government has pulled $50 million from the Covid-19 Response and Recovery Fund to ease backlog in the justice system.
Defence lawyers are worried the already backlogged district courts will be overwhelmed if police pursue all Covid-19 prosecutions.
Zachary Yarwood, 23, died in hospital after a night-time dive at the Devonport Naval Base in March last year.