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Jury To Consider Verdict In Timaru Murder Trial Tomorrow

Christchurch, Dec 8 NZPA - A judge has begun his summing-up in the six-week trial of six young Timaru men charged with the murder of Wayne Kerry Bray, but the jury will not retire to consider its verdict until tomorrow morning.

How low can John Key go?

Someone to believe in...

New Zealanders have elected a new Prime Minister. John Key is our chosen man - or “The Chosen One” if you like (…assuming you voted and he didn‘t weasel in through bribes, lies, and various “favours”.

Kidnap Accused To Stay In Custody Until Depositions Hearing

Auckland, Dec 8 NZPA - The man accused of kidnapping a five-year-old girl has been remanded in custody until a depositions hearing in May to decide if he will stand trial.

Internet Cafe Owner On Charges Of Illegal Movie Downloads

Internet Cafe Owner On Charges Of Illegal Movie Downloads

Auckland, Dec 8 NZPA - A man alleged to have illegally downloaded blockbuster films at his internet cafe before they were released has been ordered to surrender his passport.

Man Brutally Assaulted Regains Conciousness

The 31 year old Papamoa man brutally assaulted in Commons Avenue, Mt Maunganui, on 7 December 2008 has today regained consciousness in Waikato Hospital and it is expected that he will be transferred to a general ward this afternoon.

Mountain Safety Council Expresses Condolences At Death Of Tramper In Ruatoria

Mountain Safety Council Expresses Condolences At Death Of Tramper In Ruatoria

New Zealand Mountain Safety Council Chief Executive Officer Darryl Carpenter expressed his condolences at the loss of a tramper, killed after she was trapped under a boulder in the Raukumara Ranges in Ruatoria, 130 kilometres northeast of Gisborne.

Be Prepared When Heading Into Outdoors This Summer

The Mountain Safety Council reminds everyone going into the outdoors this summer to be prepared and keep safe.

Performers Take To The Street With Licence To Entertain

Auckland City Council has developed a street performance policy to manage and encourage diverse, high quality street performance in Auckland's public spaces.

Tagger Died In Two Minutes From Stab Wound To Heart, Court Told

Auckland, Dec 8 NZPA - A 15-year-old tagger died "within a couple of minutes" after being stabbed in the heart, a jury was told on the opening day of a trial in Auckland today.

The Lion Foundation Celebrates Surf Life Saving And Christmas In Auckland

The Lion Foundation is celebrating one of its long term grant recipients and benefactor of this year's Auckland Christmas in the Park - Surf Life Saving New Zealand.