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The Court of Appeal is today hearing the appeal for the man who murdered British backpacker, Grace Millane, in his CityLife apartment in 2018.
The 28-year-old strangled Ms Millane, before watching… Audio
The Court of Appeal has rejected Mark Lundy's appeal against his conviction for the murders of his wife and daughter. Audio
In a ground-breaking judgement, the Court of Appeal has recognised a new public interest defence in defamation cases. This has come about during defamation proceedings brought against Maori TV by Sir… Audio
The Court of Appeal has declined to extend bail for a woman convicted of neglecting her children.
A change in the Crown's timeline of the murders of Christine and Amber Lundy did not disadvantage Mark Lundy's defence team, the Court of Appeal has heard.
Mark Lundy's lawyer has told the Court of Appeal that untested science was used to convict his client a second time, despite warnings about that evidence from the Privy Council. Video, Audio
Mark Lundy's lawyer has told the Court of Appeal that untested science was used to convict his client a second time, despite warnings about that evidence from the Privy Council. Audio
The Court of Appeal says a parody song satirising John Key in the build up to the last general election should never have been banned by the Electoral Commission. Audio
A freshwater ecologist says avoiding the effects of dairy farming on water quality could be a fatal flaw of the inquiry into the Havelock North water crisis. Audio
The Court of Appeal has ruled against the Crown, which argued two murderers should be locked up without the possibility of parole. Audio
The Sensible Sentencing Trust is lobbying MPs to change the appeal process to deter criminals with a long history of convictions from making "frivolous" applications to the court.
One of New Zealand's most notorious prison inmates is arguing in court that the Corrections Department denied him a media interview to protect itself.
The Court of Appeal has ruled Jetstar must allow pilots and cabin crew on trans-tasman and pacific flights to take breaks.
The teenager convicted of the manslaughter of Auckland dairy owner Arun Kumar has gone to the Court of Appeal in a bid to stop his name being published. [regions Audio
The Earthquake Commission has failed in its bid to force three property owners to pay legal costs with the Court of Appeal ruling against it today. Audio