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Chronology Of The Bain Murder Case

Wellington, June 4 NZPA - Key dates in the Bain case:-

June 20, 1994 - David Bain's parents, Robin and Margaret, two sisters Laniet and Arawa and brother Stephen are shot and killed in their Dunedin home. Bain calls emergency services in a distraught state.

The Fates Of David Bain

By Rebecca Quilliam of NZPA

Wellington, June 4 NZPA - The man accused of murdering five members of his immediate family faces various scenarios, depending on the outcome of jury deliberations.

Xue At Airport On Wife's Due Departure Date, Court Told

Xue At Airport On Wife's Due Departure Date, Court Told

Auckland, June 4 NZPA - Accused murderer Nai Yin Xue turned up at Auckland Airport the day his then-estranged wife An An Liu had originally been due to fly to China with a former housemate, a court has been told.

Bain Jury Retires

Bain Jury Retires

Christchurch, June 4 NZPA - The jury in David Bain's trial over the murder of five members of his family in 1994 retired at 4.30pm to consider its verdicts after a 5-1/2 hour summing up by Justice Graham Panckhurst today.

Redundancy Relief Project Launched

Redundancy Relief Project Launched

4 June 2009 - Waitakere City Council has launched a groundbreaking redundancy relief initiative that provides local residents with meaningful work experience while they seek re-employment.

Cleaning Company Calls For Better Practices On World Environment Day

Cleaning Company Calls For Better Practices On World Environment Day

4 June 2009 - New Zealand businesses are being urged to do their bit for their employees and the environment on World Environment Day by making the switch to green cleaning products.

Police Locate Drug Accused

Police Locate Drug Accused

Auckland, June 4 NZPA - A man who disappeared the week before he was due to stand trial in February on methamphetamine charges was found and arrested in Auckland today, police said.

Environment Court Decision On 86 Ikitara Road

4 June 2009 - The Environment Court has ruled that the Wanganui District Council is entitled to an enforcement order against the developers of a property at 86 Ikitara Road.

Union Hails Summit's Responsible Approach To Recession

Union Hails Summit's Responsible Approach To Recession

The National Distribution Union (NDU) is hailing the response of Oamaru's Summit Wool Spinners to a further downturn in the international wool yarn spinning industry.

'P' Packages Had No Chance Of Reaching Prisoners

'P' Packages Had No Chance Of Reaching Prisoners

Staff vigilance is being credited for yet another interception of drugs, including methamphetamine, at Mt Eden Prison yesterday.