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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Law and Order articles  Law and Order
    Russell McVeagh defends culture again
     25 February 2018
    Law firm Russell McVeagh is again defending its culture after a social media post about sex, students and a boardroom table.
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    Man shot in Brisbane suburb of Wakerley
    25 Feb: Police are responding to the shooting of a man in the eastern Brisbane suburb of Wakerley, the ABC understands.... more
    Jake Trbojevic adds to Manly's NRL spark
    25 Feb: Jake Trbojevic looms as an attacking weapon for Manly through the middle this season after he impressed in his return from a pectoral injury in the NRL trials.... more
    Operation busts illegal Malaysian workers
    25 Feb: About 200 illegal Malaysian workers have been deported or stopped from entering New Zealand after an investigation into several construction companies.... more
    Inglis return gives Rabbitohs hope
    25 Feb: Greg Inglis has made a successful return from injury in South Sydney's NRL trial win over St George Illawarra in Mudgee.... more
    Broncos avoid scare in PNG trial win
    24 Feb: Brisbane have avoided blushes and celebrated Anthony Milford's return from injury in their 26-12 trial win over PNG Hunters in Port Moresby on Saturday.... more
    Bones found on Taranaki beach
    24 Feb: Bones found on a Taranaki beach by a member of the public will be checked by scientists, but police believe they are from an animal.... more
    Rangatahi Court in Whangarei welcomed
    24 Feb: A Rangatahi Court has been opened at Terenga Paraoa Marae in Whangarei, the 15th such court in the country.... more
    NZ shipment of phosphate to be sold
    24 Feb: New Zealand companies importing phosphate rock from part of Western Sahara are being criticised by a group that challenges the trade.... more
    No support for prisoners staying smokefree
    24 Feb: Research has shown that prisoners who quit smoking do not get support after they are released.... more

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