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An ageing population in general means an ageing population behind bars, bringing with it the same increased number of prisoners with dementia. Clinical and forensic psychologist Ella Kofoed speaks to… Audio
Police have arrested and charged a 31-year-old man in relation to an assault on a jogger last month at Ōtara Creek Reserve.
Three youths have been arrested after reports of cars in the central Auckland suburb being broken into with a crowbar.
Police are still at the scene after an aggravated robbery in Papatoetoe this afternoon.
Gail Maney was convicted of the murder of Deane Fuller-Sandys, but has spent more than 20 years pleading her innocence.
Tom Phillips has been on the run with his three children for over two years. Locals reckon he has stayed close to familiar country.
Michael James Sloan and his co-defendant acted as booking agents for 15 Brazilian women, arranging advertising, handling customer service and bookings.
Police investigating the death of Helen Gregory are looking for "items that could significantly advance" the homicide investigation.
NZ lawyers are speaking out as the government scraps funding for cultural reports.
Police have arrested a man accused of drink driving and shooting towards an estuary in South Auckland on Thursday night.
Advocates are decrying the government's decision to remove funding for the cultural and background reports used in sentencing.
The accused cannot be held criminally responsible because of his schizophrenia, a judge has ruled.
Customs has seized an estimated $69 million worth of ecstasy and methamphetamine found hidden in imported vehicles.
Officers are now working with the community to provide reassurance, police say.
Tactics for enforcing the proposed ban will be announced in coming weeks, the minister of police says, but he won't be drawn on specifics as to what they may be. Audio
Police want help to identify a man seen in the area at the time, so he can "be held accountable".
Yuen Pok (Paul) has been given community detention, intensive supervision and community work.
The government confirmed today it is scrapping an already expired prison reduction target and will no longer fund the cultural reports used in sentencing.
Police Minister Mark Mitchell, whose honesty about the reality of police recruitment crashed head on with political realities last week. Audio
Paul Goldsmith says spending $7.5m on the reports was not a good use of money. Audio