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Seeing The World Through The Eyes Of A Child

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 17:10

22 October 2008 - Today, Barnardos New Zealand held its Annual General Meeting for 2008, with His Honour Judge Andrew Becroft, Principal Youth Court Judge of New Zealand being the keynote speaker.

Man Who Shot At Burglars Loses Appeal

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 17:03

Wellington, Oct 22 NZPA - A Wairarapa fisherman who shot at burglars fleeing his small rural community has lost an appeal against his conviction and fine.

Ditchdigger To Fill In 2km Drain Which Hurt Wetland - Court

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 16:52

Wellington, Oct 22 NZPA - A North Otago ditch-digger who inadvertently drained a Department of Conservation (DOC) wetland when he dug a 2km-long ditch on a farm converting to dairying has been fined and will now fill in his handiwork.

Mitre 10 Store Convicted For Breaching Electricity Regulations

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 16:32

22 October 2008 - A Mitre 10 Mega store was convicted in the Waitakere District Court on 20 October 2008, for breaching the Electricity Regulations, by selling a high risk product without first establishing its electrical safety.

Ditching And Baling Company Director Fined For Wetland Drainage

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 14:43

22 October 2008 - A North Otago company director and his company have been fined and ordered to pay costs to Environment Canterbury (ECan) after the Environment Court found that Mervyn James McCabe had entered into a joint venture agreement to drain water from Buscott Farm Property adversely affe

Further Remand For Accused War Medal Thieves

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 13:34

Auckland, Oct 22 NZPA - Two men accused of the theft of priceless gallantry awards from the Waiouru Army Museum reappeared in Auckland District Court today.

Key: National: Security And Safety Must Come First

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 13:16

22 October 2008 - National Party Leader John Key today announced further policy on parole, bail, and sentences for crime against children. "I am concerned that under Labour's policy of saving prison beds, sentences like home detention and bail have become easier to get for the wrong people.

Court Told Of Test On Dryer Toddler Allegedly Spun In

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 13:02

Wellington, Oct 22 NZPA - Police used a mannequin and a dive belt to test a tumble dryer allegedly used to abuse toddler Nia Glassie, the High Court at Rotorua was told today.

Nai Yin Xue To Stand Trial Next Year For Wife's Murder

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 11:42

Auckland, Oct 22 NZPA - The Asian man accused of murdering his wife before fleeing to Australia and dumping his three-year-old daughter at a Melbourne railway station will stand trial next year.

Two Men Charged Following River Shooting

Wednesday, 22 October, 2008 - 10:51

"We will not tolerate lawlessness, no matter where it takes place." That's the clear message from police in Wanganui who have laid charges against two men suspected of being involved in an aggravated robbery and shooting incident up the Wanganui River.

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