Displaying items 1 - 20 of 793 in total
The accused, aged 33, entered no plea to a charge of murder by stabbing or cutting.
A year before Loafers Lodge fire victim Michael "Mike the Juggler" Wahrlich died, he was beaten for almost 20 minutes in his apartment by a man who wanted a cigarette.
Port of Auckland has been fined more than half a million dollars after pleading guilty to two charges over the death of stevedore Pala'amo Kalati, who was killed by a falling container in 2020.
A counter-terrorism expert says St John needed to have a plan and training for a terror attack because "you don't learn to dance the night of the ball".
Police believe Tauranga man Harley Shrimpton was a victim of foul play after he went missing. A man has been charged with kidnapping.
Former justice minister Kiri Allan says she has pleaded not guilty to a charge of failing to accompany a police officer on the basis that she did not have access to a lawyer.
He stole the excavator from his father's building site before ploughing it into the BP service station.
All front-line police officers should be trained to enter a scene with an active armed offender, an American expert in counter-terrorism has told the mosque attack inquest.
Armed Offenders Squad members rushed to Christchurch Hospital's ED in the middle of the terror attack response after a false report by a St John staffer that a shooting was taking place there.
The man who used an axe to injure six victims at Chinese restaurants accepts he did attack people - but has been acquitted on all charges due to insanity.
'Only he can be the killer' Crown lawyers have been laying out their case as to why they believe David Tamihere is responsible for the death of two Swedish backpackers 34 years ago. He was convicted… Audio
The court has reserved its decision in the appeal hearing over David Tamihere's double murder conviction.
The Crown has argued that despite perjured evidence, the case stands against Tamihere who was… Audio
A senior police tactical operator told the inquest he contemplated going to St John himself to ask them to have paramedics attend Al Noor Mosque.
A man in control of the finances of three companies has admitted not paying almost $150,000 of their employees' tax contributions.
A court that writes off charges for recurring low-level crime is helping Auckland's homeless off the streets and into work.
The scene at the Linwood Islamic Centre following the Christchurch terror attacks was unlike anything he had been confronted by before, a community doctor who rushed to help wounded worshippers says.
The court has finishing hearing a challenge to the Climate Change Commission. There were some heated moments (literally) and a series of dinner party-related analogies, involving baguettes and wine.
The slow and costly process of rebuilding the country's run-down court buildings has been revealed.
An OIA shows the Justice Ministry's property team - which is heading a half billion dollar… Audio
A Justice Ministry team in charge of fixing the country's run down courts has hired a private contractor on $2,000 a day.
An OIA shows the property team has been flooded with contractors and… Audio
The European Union Parliament has voted in favour of ratifying the New Zealand-European Union Free Trade Agreement, with the largest majority in favour of any EU trade agreement since 2011.
The deal… Audio