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ASHBURTON LATEST - WINZ office had trespass order against shooting suspect
Police have announced they have caught Russell John Tully after two people were killed this morning in Ashburton. The suspect was found on a rural road in the Lake Hood area. (AUDIO)
There's been a widespread response to events in Ashburton. John Key said he was shocked and dismayed, and WINZ offices across the South Island closed early. (VIDEO)
Election 2014 - Prime Minister John Key says an independent person, probably a retired judge, will chair an inquiry into allegations surrounding former Minister Judith Collins. (VIDEO)
A 23-year-old man is in police custody and is being questioned after a chase through Wellington CBD this afternoon. Police say he was chased through a hotel by armed police with dogs.
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The head of a sophisticated online IRD scam that cost tax payers $700,000 has been jailed. Katrina Briggs pleaded guilty to a representative charge of causing loss by deception.
Leading American senators have called for the US to send weapons to help Ukraine fight what they say is 'a Russian invasion' and that President Putin must face a cost for his 'aggression'. (AUDIO)
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has confirmed she has called a number of people to give evidence to her inquiry into the release of SIS information to Cameron Slater.
A woman has died after being hit by a train in Napier this afternoon. Police say the train driver will be interviewed, but they are not certain if he knew the woman had been run over.
Fiji authorities now say that 45 of its soldiers are being held by Syrian rebels in the Golan Heights, one more than has been claimed for the past three days.
The All Blacks centre Conrad Smith concedes its only a matter of time before Argentina beat the All Blacks.
A group which opposes the Marine and Coastal Act has been granted permission to be heard on an iwi's application for customary marine title in Ikaroa-Rawhiti.
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