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The first person to go on trial in New Zealand for insider trading sold his shares in a company after getting a tip-off from an employee, the High Court has heard.
The Brazilian embassy is telling drug mules they will be deported from New Zealand after serving just two to three years in prison, a lawyer says.
A Hamilton-based aircraft company that has admitted breaching UN sanctions by exporting replacement parts to North Korea will have to wait to learn how much it has been fined.
Over 150 years, the neo-gothic walls of the High Court in Auckland have absorbed details of some of New Zealand's most notorious crimes. Court reporter Edward Gay tours the building.
A Coroner has found that Akshay Chand was able to hide his psychosis in order to get bail before fatally stabbing Christie Marceau in 2011.
The man who abducted a young woman from an inner-city street and took her to a Riverhead quarry where he sexually attacked her is also a repeat rapist.
The jurors deciding the case of the man accused of abducting a woman and driving her to a quarry north-west of Auckland have delivered a guilty verdict.
The defence case for the man accused of abducting a young woman and taking her to a quarry outside of town essentially boils down to a number of coincidences.
Up to 350 drivers have had their licenses cancelled or have been required to re-sit tests following an investigation into bribes being paid for licences.
The victim of the Riverhead quarry attack unknowingly spent time with a convicted rapist, shortly before she was abducted.
A young woman who was kidnapped and taken to a quarry in west Auckland told police she would rather have died then carry out the demands of her attacker.
The man accused of abducting a woman off an Auckland city street and sexually assaulting her at a quarry has been described as having a dark side.
A prison informant convicted for lying to the jury in the trial against David Tamihere can keep his name secret - for now.
An HIV positive man convicted for not taking precautions and infecting his partner has had his jail sentence reduced.
With the conviction of a former spy for burglary and drug offences, ex-Defence Force personnel say there isn't enough support for returned veterans.
A former military spy who stole sensitive operational equipment has been convicted on burglary and drugs charges.
The former Shortland Street star Rene Naufahu used his position of power to sexually groom young women who he then abused during one-on-one acting classes.
Auckland locals are calling for a clean-up of an area they say was once an urban oasis, home to birds, fish and eel.
A man who was assaulted in his own home says he had to make an hour-long drive to give a statement after cops failed to come to his home after they told him they would.
A memorial to colonial troops and "Friendly Maoris" from the New Zealand Wars has been vandalised in central Auckland overnight as part of a political protest.
Two teenagers have been arrested in relation to an attack and fire at an elderly woman's home in Ranui.
A coroner is calling for mental health professionals to share information with doctors following the suicide of a 30-year-old IT worker.
A woman has won the right to have sperm taken from the dead body of her long-term partner.
The officer who fatally shot a Whanganui man armed with a sawn-off shotgun acted in self defence, the police conduct watchdog has found.
Three-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri was subjected to a prolonged and painful death by the very people who were meant to care for him.