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Tutor Jailed For Sex With Girl

Christchurch, Jan 23 NZPA - A tutor who had a six-week sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl has been jailed for three years four months.

Library Indecency Sentencing Delayed

Christchurch, Jan 23 NZPA - Sentencing of an elderly man who indecently assaulted a small girl in the Shirley Library has been delayed so that a home detention report can be prepared.

Jail For Sex Offender Who Robbed Employer And Fled To Australia

Christchurch, Jan 23 NZPA - A man who stole money from his employer to flee to Australia before being arrested on sex charges was jailed for 5-1/2 years today.

Man Admits Rape Over Tuatapere Incident

Invercargill, Jan 23 NZPA - The man accused of an early morning sexual attack on two Dutch tourists in Tuatapere, western Southland, on January 15 pleaded guilty to nine charges in Invercargill District Court today.

Ellerslie Attracts Top-Calibre International Judges

Ellerslie Attracts Top-Calibre International Judges

23 JANUARY 2009 - International gardening gurus Jim Fogarty and Koji Ninomiya have been confirmed to judge at the Ellerslie International Flower Show in Christchurch.

Expansion Of Government Cervical Cancer Vaccine Programme

Expansion Of Government Cervical Cancer Vaccine Programme

23 January 2009 - In February 2009 the HPV Immunisation Programme will be extended to include girls aged 12 - 18 years and will mostly be given via a school based programme.

Securities Commission Accused Of Being `High-Handed'

Securities Commission Accused Of Being `High-Handed'

Auckland, Jan 23 NZPA - Defence lawyers have accused the Securities Commission of being "high-handed" for publicly naming the three Nathans Finance directors facing criminal charges.

Airbus A320 Accident Update

Airbus A320 Accident Update

23 January 2009 - Air New Zealand welcomes a bulletin from Airbus this morning reminding airlines of maintenance and flight check requirements following the A320 accident in France.

Landmark Guide To Reducing Workplace Violence In The Health Sector

Landmark Guide To Reducing Workplace Violence In The Health Sector

23 January 2009 - A guide to reducing the risk of workplace violence in the health and community care sectors has been released by the Department of Labour and the Counties Manukau District Health Board.

Te Akau Drowning Relesase 2

Te Akau Drowning Relesase 2

23 January 2008 - A man initially reported as having drowned after falling from rocks off the Waikato's west coast yesterday appears to have actually fallen from a boat that failed to negotiate the Raglan Bar.