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Is The Blood On ACC's Hands?

A few weeks ago a male survivor, a professional young man who said he had been "violently raped" at the age of 7 years by member of his extended family warned the heads of the ACC Sensitive Claims Unit (SCU) that the "blood will be on your hands" if the new Clinical Pathway to

Q+A's Paul Holmes Interviews PM, John Key About Methamphetamine

Q+A's Paul Holmes Interviews PM, John Key About Methamphetamine

The interview has been transcribed below. The full length video interviews and panel discussions from this morning's Q+A can be seen on tvnz.co.nz at, http://tvnz.co.nz/q-and-a-news JOHN KEY interviewed by PAUL HOLMES

Women Drug Suppliers Escape With Non-Custodial Sentences

Women Drug Suppliers Escape With Non-Custodial Sentences

Christchurch, Oct 6 NZPA - Rehabilitation sentences that will keep them in the community were today granted to two Dunedin women arrested for a significant commercial cannabis sales scheme.

Counsellor Lambasts "Anything Goes" Mental Health Services Ideology

"In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week (5-11 October 2009), it is now timely for New Zealand Mental Health Services to own up to the fact that the industry seems to have an "anything goes" ideology when working with vulnerable mental health clients" says Steve Taylor,

Mother Escapes Jail For Son's Manslaughter

Wellington, Sept 24 NZPA - A Wairarapa mother found guilty of killing her four-year-old son in a highspeed crash has escaped a jail sentence.

Wendy-May Connon, 40, was found guilty in July of the manslaughter of Konrad Truger.